WOGL Philly Raises Big Money For Kids
The CBS owned facility in Philadelphia raised $658, 272 during a two-day Radiothon, the highest amount in the 11-year history of the event. The Radiothon has now raised $5.5 million for The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. A highlight of the two day Radiothon was a donation of $65,000 from Phil Cannella and Joann Small of The Crash Proof Retirement Show, making their three year donation total $165,000. They are the single largest contributors in the 11-year Radiothon history.
An additional $10,313 was raised during the Pantano Dance Marathon! Another high point included Harvey Holiday’s Street Corner Sunday program. In 3 hours, Harvey Holiday’s Heroes came together to pledge over $14,480 towards the 98.1 WOGL Loves Our Kids Radiothon grand total. To date, Holiday’s Heroes have raised $82,311 for The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
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