DUHAWK DM EVENTS
Duhawk DM is an organization where students come together and work year round to raise money and awareness for the University of Iowa Children’s Hospital and the Children’s Miracle Network. We plan many events to help fundraise for our big event in April!
Game Changers: Play Games: Heal Kids: This is an online event where kids of all ages are challenged to raise money in order to play any type of game for the weekend of February 27, starting at 3pm and ending 3pm on March 1st! There are great incentives for each amount of money raised, check them out below! Click the link provided to register for only $10!
Help change the game for the kids at the University of Iowa Children's Hospital and Children's Miracle Network!
-$20: Dance Marathon Bracelet
-$35: Official Dance Marathon Sunglasses
-$50: Game Changers T-Shirt
-$100: Dance Marathon draw string bag
-$300: Name Gets Entered To Be Invited To Big Event!
Mini Marathons: Mini Dance Marathons are a great way to get young people of the Dubuque Community involved in a great cause! Mini’s are hosted by the area schools with the help of the Loras College Students involved in Dance Marathon. DuhawkDM Students work with schools’ staff to learn the best way to fundraise and host a Mini at their institution in order to ensure its success! These Students also do all the organizing and facilitating throughout the event. The following are just a couple of ways that Dubuque Area Community Schools have hosted Mini DM’s in the past: If you have questions, please contact either Kelsey Callahan at Kelsey.Callahan@loras.edu or Emma Walsh at Emma.Walsh@loras.edu
Hockey for Hope: On Saturday, March 21 at 7pm come watch you local law enforcement, firefighters, and EMS personnel take on a charity hockey team of Veterans from the Quad Cities. Team 911 vs. The Quad City Artillary. All proceeds benefit local children at the University of Iowa Children’s Hospital. For Ticket Information and Questions, please contact Maddy Cole at Madison.Cole@loras.edu
For questions contact Maddy Cole at Madison.Cole@loras.edu