On September 23rd, 2010 from 6:00am to 7:00pm Mix 107.7 will hold the second Radiothon to benefit Dayton’s local Ronald McDonald House. Throughout the 13 hour Radiothon, we will be broadcasting LIVE from McDonald’s on Dayton-Xenia Road in Beavercreek, and McDonald’s on Stroop Road in Kettering. Not only will listeners be entertained by Mix 107.7 DJ’s Jeff Stevens, Kristi Leigh and Sean Vincent, but they will also get a chance to learn more about RMHC as we bring our mission to life on air! This year we are asking the generous Miami Valley community to help us KNOCK OUT our goal of $30,000!
There are several ways you can help support the Radiothon and RMHC’s mission! 1) First and foremost, tune in to Mix 107.7 on September 23rd! 2) Encourage your company, department, school or club to collect spare change for donation RMHC. Groups that collect over $250 will be mentioned live on-air! Thanks to the generous support of Wright-Patt Credit Union, donations can be counted for free at any WPCU location from Sept. 13th – Sept. 18th. 3) Listeners can also Pay-2-Play and dedicate songs throughout the day for a good cause (Available soon via http://rmhcdayton.org/donate.php). 4) Also, for the music fans out there, bid on the SummerFest guitar signed by Blondie AND Cheap Trick at http://www.mix1077.com/pages/Radiothon2010.html .
Thank you Mix 107.7 Radiothon partners and sponsors for helping to raise much-needed funds for families with hospitalized children; these include Miami Valley Hospital, ClearChannel, McDonald’s, Wright-Patt Credit Union, WDTN-2, McFall & Son Insurance Agency, Grange Insurance, and more. If interested in sponsorship opportunities which include dedicated time-slots, please call Kevin Tibbs at 937.224.0047 ext: 40 or go to http://rmhcdayton.org/sponsorship.php.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Miami Valley Region, Inc. is a private nonprofit organization. Funds raised help cover the expenses associated with nights of stay for families with critically ill, or injured, hospitalized children. Each chapter of Ronald McDonald House Charities is autonomous, with its own Board of Trustees, responsible for the governance of the organization. Ronald McDonald House Charities is not owned by Dayton Children’s, or by McDonald’s, and is responsible for its own fundraising.