Now more than ever we need your help !
It’s Time For our annual fund raiser for the Ronald McDonald House and our goal this year is to raise $45,000.
Our goal each year is to be able to give each of the 32 families a $750 gift card to use for whatever they need. As you can imagine a lot of these families are unable to work and this money comes in handy, especially at Christmas time.
Funds will also be given directly to the Ronald McDonald House and we will also use a portion of the donations to buy the everyday items that the house uses on a daily basis.
There are a number of ways in which you can help us.
If you own a business you can donate any goods or services for us to use during our annual Radiothon which will be held on Thursday, November 19th. We will be broadcasting live from the Ronald McDonald House from 6am until 6pm and throughout the day we will be offering up these items to solicit donations.
Companies, civic groups, schools, and organizations are encouraged to do their own in house fundraisers.
The easiest way to make a donation is on line through our Go Fund Me campaign that you can access on our Fan Talk Facebook page and on twitter @fantalk989
Donations can also be dropped off at the radio station located at 60 Markfield Drive, Suite 4 or anytime we are out on a remote.
IMPORTANT: PLEASE MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO “FAN TALK FAMILIES”
All donations are tax deductible and all monies raised stay right here in Charleston to benefit the Ronald McDonald House.
Please help us reach our goal so we can make the holiday’s just a little brighter for each of the families staying at the Ronald McDonald House.
If you have any questions, please contact Bobby Hartin at Kirkman Broadcasting.
- Christina Sison
- Alice Gatch
- Jane Smith
- Liza Clark
- BUCK ROGERS
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