Audacy Raises Over $194,000 for Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Through the 21st Annual “BIG 98.1 Loves Our Kids Radiothon"
Audacy Philadelphia raised over $194,000 for the Child Life, Education and Creative Arts Therapy Department at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) during the 21st annual “BIG 98.1 Loves Our Kids Radiothon.”
“We are so thankful for the generosity of our listeners, fans and clients who donate each year to help the kids at CHOP,” said David Yadgaroff, Senior Vice President and Market Manager, Audacy Philadelphia. “Seeing our communities come together to support this radiothon is amazing. We are proud to partner with CHOP to help put smiles on the faces of children and their families each year.”
“BIG 98.1 Loves Our Kids Radiothon” was broadcast live from Audacy corporate headquarters in Philadelphia on December 8 and 9. The event was hosted by morning show host Coop alongside an array of co-hosts, including talent from sister stations B101.1 (WBEB-FM), 96.5 TDY (WTDY-FM), SportsRadio 94WIP (WIP-FM), KYW Newsradio (KYW-FM) and Talk Radio 1210 WPHT (WPHT-AM), as well as talent from NBC10 Philadelphia.
Specially trained staff at CHOP provide individualized care and support designed to meet the unique needs of children and families as they cope with illness, injury, treatment, hospitalization and the overall healthcare experience. They provide age-appropriate preparation, education, therapeutic and developmental play, creative arts therapies and so much more.
Audacy is committed to supporting the health and success of the communities that are the heart of its business. “BIG 98.1 Loves Our Kids Radiothon” is a part of Audacy Serves, the Company’s social impact platform that raises awareness of social issues and brings communities together for good. Audacy unites with its listeners and brands to support sound communities through several pillars of impact: mental health and anti-bullying, veterans and service members, children’s health, the environment, civic education, and diversity, equity and inclusion.