Cox Media Group Atlanta's four stations, KISS 104.1 (WALR), 95.5 WSB (WSBB/WSB-AM), B98.5 (WSB), and 97.1 The River (WSRV), have gathered 4,478 pounds of food for the Atlanta Community Food Bank ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Saga Communications Hampton Roads' FM99 (WNOR) and 106.9 The Fox (WAFX) concluded their 27th Annual Mayflower Marathon Food Drive, raising enough donations to serve more than 756,000 meals. Donations were allocated to regional food banks based on the five collection sites.
Radio Ink's Season of Giving Tally continues, with more fundraisers rolling in from across the country. Keep scrolling to see the latest three stations to submit their stories from over the weekend. To see which station raised the most this week, click in.
Audacy Minneapolis raised more than $367,000 through 830 WCCO’s (WCCO-AM) 21st annual Hunger Mission Radiothon, supporting Union Gospel Mission Twin Cities in providing meals and care to those in need.
Saga Communications' Capitol Radio Group held its 18th Annual "Cares for Kids" Radiothon on November 16 and 17. The pre-Thanksgiving charitable event by 101.9 The Wolf, 103.7 WDBR, and WTAX-AM, supports Springfield, IL's St. John's Children's Hospital.
NRG Media's B107.3 in Lincoln, NE, kicked off its holiday season in the spirit of giving with some help from the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. On November 16th, B107.3 hosted the group for a charity concert which raised $5,759 for a local non-profit.
Audacy Denver's 99.5 The Mountain (KQMT) wrapped up its 6th annual "Project Sanctuary – Helping Heroes Heal Radiothon," amassing more than $52,000 in donations. The radiothon, which aired on Veteran's Day eve, November 10, benefitted military families.
Audacy Seattle's 100.7 The Wolf (KKWF) marked Veterans Day by raising more than $261,000 through its annual Service Pets for Vets fundraiser. This year's sum for Northwest Battle Buddies will enable the provision of service dogs to at least nine veterans.
iHeartMedia Honolulu's 92.3 KSSK concluded its 17th Annual “Kapi’olani Radiothon For Kids,” raising more than $820,000. The two-day radiothon for Kapi’olani Medical Center for Women & Children, Hawaii's sole children's hospital, occurred on November 7 and 8.
Radio Ink's Season of Giving Tally is on, with massive contributions from individual stations across the country. (Keep scrolling the headlines for more on a $640,000 boost.) To see every story from Radio Ink's Season of Giving Tally, click in.