Drew Garabo, afternoon drive host on 102.5 The Bone (WHPT 102.5 FM) in Tampa Bay, threw a party for a group of kids on Saturday. Garabo decided to fill the void left by former fellow radio personality Jayde Donovan by awarding an iPad to 12 very special young children battling childhood cancer.
“I felt this was a great cause to undertake and continue,” Garabo said. “Children should have to worry about what video game they want to play, or how to ace a test, not about fighting for their life. I’m hoping that we can help them keep their mind occupied at such a challenging time.”
Listeners and clients were directed to donate to the Give Hope Foundation which helps secure the iPads. WHPT morning host Mike Calta also helped raise over $13,000 through his show.