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Stanford University Dance Marathon

Saturday, February 09 - Sunday, February 10, 2019 | 12:00 pm - 11:45 pm

Arrillaga Outdoor Recreation and Education Center285 Santa Teresa St.Stanford, CA 94305

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Stanford Dance Marathon seeks to inspire, educate, and mobilize the community to address global health inequity by raising a meaningful amount of money for Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford through a year of fundraising, awareness, and community building. Their collaborative effort among student groups, university administration, and the surrounding community culminates in a 12-hour Dance Marathon to join in the global movement for healthcare as a human right.

This year, Dance Marathon is supporting children in their own community: providing care for all, research grants, and family and community services at Packard Children's. This is a powerful opportunity for the entire Stanford community to come together, support important work, and support patients and families in need. Register to participate now!

Ways to participate:

  1. Register to dance
  2. Register to dance (from abroad)
  3. Donate

To participate or learn more, visit my.supportLPCH.org/SUDM2019 or contact Camila Vargas at mcvargas@stanford.edu.   
 

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