UCF Knight-Thon will be hosting a partial proceeds at Tijuana Flats tomorrow, Wednesday October 29 from 11 a.m-1 p.m and from 5 p.m.-close.

Knight-Thon is UCF’s Dance Marathon in which various student organizations raise funds throughout the year and then stand for 20 hours. According to their website, “Knight-Thon is thousands of UCF students standing for a cause, standing to help their community, standing to help local kids at local hospitals.”

10% of the purchases with a flyer will go towards the UCF Dance Marathon. A flyer is needed for the partial proceeds and members of Knight-Thon will be handing them out at the event. If you don’t get a flyer, make sure to tell your cashier you’re there for the partial proceeds.

Everyone is encouraged to come dressed in a Halloween costume. If you are a part of Greek life, points will be given towards your team if you come in costume.

Knight-Thon raises money to benefit the Greater Orlando Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

This school year, Knight-Thon will be held on March 28th, 2015 at the CFE arena.

The goal set is to raise $500,000 dollars for the kids.

“The UCF Dance Marathon raises dollar by dollar though bucketing days and partial proceeds. Stop by, grab a burrito or a taco, and help Knight-Thon reach our goal,” said Brendan Greenwell, Development Director of Knight-Thon.

For more information on this event, visit the Facebook event page.

For more information on Knight-Thon, like them on Facebook or visit their official website.