Topic: Children’s Issues
Posted on 6/1/2016
Cox Media Group’s WHPT-FM Tampa Bay afternoon host Drew Garabo threw a party on June 4 for children battling cancer. At the event, he presented an iPad to 12 of the kids. The party concluded WHPT’s “Apple a Day” program in May. Morning host Mike Calta also helped raise over $13,000 through his show. “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,” Garabo said.
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