Yardley, PA – February 23, 2019 – Biondo Creative will sponsor Pennsbury High School’s Mini-THON on Saturday, February 23rd, 2019 from 12:00 P.M.- 8:00 P.M. to raise money for Four Diamonds, an organization devoted to fighting pediatric cancer. Biondo Creative is an award-winning Digital Marketing Agency headquartered in Yardley, PA. This fun-packed event consists of eight hours of music, food, drinks, games, sports, guest speakers, and tuns of dancing. Everyone will keep busy with these activities and students must stay on their feet. The amount of money raised will be revealed at the end of the event.
Pennsbury hosted its first Mini-THON in 2015 and raised $19,159.85. Every year since, they have raised more money. Just last year they raised a grand total of $51,000. So far, they have raised $150,000 for the children with pediatric cancer. This year, with the help of Biondo Creative, they hope to reach their goal of $58,000. “Everything done through our Mini-THON is “FTK”, or “For The Kids”, meaning that everything we do, from asking for donations and sponsorships to enjoying the event itself, is all to help kids with cancer,” says Pennsbury High School’s Head Captain of Fundraising Elise Palatine.
“One day we will dance in celebration, until then we will dance for a cure”
About Biondo Creative
Biondo Creative is a Digital Marketing Agency based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. We help businesses build their brand using websites, SEO, Social Media, PPC advertising and engaging video content. Biondo Creative is a certified Google Partner and has been recognized by CIO Review Magazine, Philadelphia Media Network, Happenings Magazine and Expertise as a top Tech / Web Design and Advertising company. For more information, visit www.biondocreative.com, call 267-362-9321 or email email@example.com.
About Pennsbury School
Pennsbury High School is a public high school located in Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania. It is part of Pennsbury School District. With 3,206 students enrolled for the 2017-2018 school year, Pennsbury High School is the largest high school in Bucks County, and the tenth largest high school in the state of Pennsylvania.
About Four Diamonds
Four Diamonds was founded in 1972 by Charles and Irma Millard in honor of their son, Christopher, who lost his battle with cancer at the age of 14. The Millards wanted to establish a program that would provide financial assistance for families whose children were being treated for cancer at Penn State’s Children’s Hospital. The proceeds from THON at Penn State and Mini-THONs at schools across the country have helped lessen both the financial and emotional burdens of over 3,300 families struggling with the battle against pediatric cancer.