K99.1FM’s Cares For Kids Radiothon Raises $283,816 For Dayton Children’s Hospital

The 24th Annual K99.1FM Cares for Kids Radiothon raised $283,816 for Dayton Children’s Hospital. In the 24 years since its inception, a three-day live broadcast event raised over $5.3M dollars to secure life-saving equipment, supplies, expanded services, and an additional pediatric transport intensive care unit for the hospital.

“The caring hearts of the K99.1FM listeners in the Miami Valley, and beyond, never ceases to amaze me. In good times and bad, we can always count on our listeners, friends, and family to be there for each other and Dayton Children’s Hospital and for that, and many other things, we thank them from the bottom of our hearts,” said K99.1FM program director Nancy Wilson.

K99.1FM Cares for Kids Radiothon is a partnership with Dayton Children’s Hospital and Children’s Miracle Network.

This 2021 K99.1FM Cares for Kids Radiothon was presented by Joseph Airport Toyota Hyundai and Croc’s Distribution Center and with special thanks to AFLAC, Flying Ace Express Car Wash, IH Credit Union, and Tami Holmes Real Estate Team.

Dayton Children’s Hospital is a pediatric acute care hospital located in Dayton, Ohio. The hospital provides comprehensive pediatric specialties and subspecialties to infants, children, teens, and young adults throughout western Ohio and the surrounding states, treating over 350,000 patients each year.

Children’s Miracle Network raises funds and awareness for 170 member hospitals that provide 32 million treatments each year to kids across the U.S. and Canada. You can learn more here.

K99.1FM is a country music radio station licensed to Dayton, Ohio, owned by Cox Media Group. K99.1FM has been nationally recognized as one of the top radio stations in America, winning the National Association of Broadcasters Marconi award.

For more information, please contact Niki Mayakova at ksenia.mayakova@cmg.com or visit http://k99online.com.

The K99.1FM Cares For Kids Radiothon is sponsored by Joseph Airport Toyota and Hyundai, Crocs, and Aflac

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