Topic: Children’s Issues
Posted on 1/22/2020
iHeartMedia WLTW-FM New York City raised $519,000 during its second annual “Hope for the Holidays” radiothon on December 19 to benefit Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital at NYU Langone.
The station’s on-air personalities hosted a live broadcast from Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital. The event also featured performances by Elizabeth Chan, The Currents Choir, and The Alternate Routes.
“We are delighted to be part of such a monumental cause in New York City,” said Program Director Chris Conley. “We are honored to partner with Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital in supporting children and families in the metro area that are going through treatment. We look forward to continue to grow this partnership in the years to come.”
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