WilliamPaid Aids Iowa Dance Marathon in Raising Over a Million Dollars for Cancer PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Allison Dreiband   
Tuesday, 26 February 2013 14:57
The University of Iowa’s annual Dance Marathon has come and gone with tremendous success. The 2013 event – a 24-hour Dance Marathon where students assemble to celebrate children survivors and pay tribute to those we have lost over the past year – raised a total of $1,529,560.

The University of Iowa Dance Marathon is a student organization that provides year-round support to youth cancer victims and their families. Students plan and participate in family events and Mini-Dance Marathons, leading up to the big event. The primary goal of these activities is to raise additional money for children with cancer and to educate the community about their struggles and triumphs.

WilliamPaid – an online rent payment service – was a primary sponsor of the event and contributed with a charitable donation. The charity said, "Having a donation from WilliamPaid made an impact on the lives of so many children and their families battling cancer. It does not go unnoticed.”

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·         Users can pay online via credit card, debit card, bank account or any combination of the three, or in cash at over 45,000 locations nationwide – giving renters the power to pay on their own terms.

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