Davis Broadcastings's Smooth Jazz 101/100 (WJZA) is helping around 200 Atlanta families facing food insecurity with a free grocery shopping experience. The station is hosting the Goodr Pop-up Grocery Market with help from local businesses and sponsors on Saturday, August 26.
Audacy Denver's KS 107.5 (KQKS), in collaboration with Soles4Souls and the Denver Dream Center, successfully concluded its inaugural "Beats and Sneaks" campaign, collecting and distributing more than 500 pairs of children's sneakers.
In the wake of the devastating wildfires on the island of Maui, the radio community continues to mobilize to provide support and raise funds for the affected residents. Two more significant efforts have emerged to contribute to the recovery process.
Audacy San Diego's 103.7 KSON is organizing a benefit concert aimed at supporting the communities of Hawaii affected by the recent wildfires on Maui. The special concert will feature performances by country artists including Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley.
iHeartMedia Pittsburgh's 102.5 WDVE concluded its 16th annual DVE Rocks for Children's Radiothon, raising more than $1.06 million to benefit UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh. The event took place from September 13 to September 15.
Beasley Media Group Wilmington's Mix 99.5 FM WJBR successfully raised $323,278 for Nemours Children’s Hospital during its 13th annual Help Our Kids Radiothon. The event was held over two days, from September 21st to 22nd, at the hospital and in-studio.
Cumulus Media Savannah's I-95 (WIXV), KIX96 (WJCL), Magic 103.9 (WTYB), and E93 (WEAS), organized a fruitful Diaper Drive on September 23 during National Diaper Need Awareness Week. The event was in support of two local charities.
Audacy Houston's fourth annual Giving Week campaign has successfully raised more than $100,000 for the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation's signature program, My Home Library. The fundraising effort ran from September 18 to September 22.
Cumulus Media Fresno News/Talk KMJ 580AM/105.9FM successfully raised $620,000 during its 10th Annual Feeding Families Fund Drive. Held on September 22, the one-day event took place to support the Central California Food Bank, addressing food insecurity.
Audacy marked the 10th anniversary of its We Can Survive concert with a star-studded event on the East Coast, generating more than $600,000 for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention with performances by Maroon 5, OneRepublic, and Kelly Clarkson.