Ohio State's Longest Running Service Project
Teeter Totter Marathon has a long standing tradition with OSU’s Circle K and is Ohio State’s longest running student service project. TTM has been going on for 56 years as of 2019. Beginning on Friday, September 20 and ending on Sunday, September 22, members of Circle K and the community will teeter totter at a variety of locations around campus and in the nearby Columbus area. We encourage passers-by to join us in teeter tottering and help to collect donations for a charitable cause. Every year, we choose a new charity to raise money for. In the past, we have helped organizations such as Camp O’Bannon, Eliminate, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, and Children's Hunger Alliance.
This year we will be raising money for:
Franklin County Dog Shelter which works to educate the public on dog safety and dog laws. The provide adoption services and education to help new dog owners to be responsible.
Teeter-totter marathon is a fun event for all that are involved! If you are interested in coming out to support our event, the dates, times, and locations of the teeter totters are below.