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By supporting Stories of Light, you can help make local wishes come true!
Now in its 12th year, Stories of Light® is a 32-hour radiothon and the largest annual fundraiser for Make-A-Wish Oklahoma. KRMG’s Morning News Host Dan Potter and KRMG's Evening News host Dick Loftin will broadcast live from LaFortune Park each day. Hear heartwarming and inspiring stories from Wish Kids and their families. These stories serve as inspiration and motivation for KRMG listeners and the community to contribute to Make-A-Wish Oklahoma. Wish stories from children whose wishes have already been granted are told over the radio. These stories are very dramatic and compelling to the listening audience.
In addition, on Thursday, November 16th from 6am to 6pm you can drop your cash, check or credit card donation by Reasor's at one of these locations: 41st & Peoria in Tulsa, 111th and Memorial in Bixby, 86th Street North and Hwy 169 in Owasso, Elm and the Creek Turnpike in Jenks, 71st and Lynn Lane in Broken Arrow or 1000 West Will Rogers in Claremore. Members of the police departments from Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Jenks, Owasso, Bixby and Claremore will be on hand on Thursday to help with the fund-raising efforts.
Donations generated from Stories of Light® enable Make-A-Wish Oklahoma to grant wishes to Oklahoma children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.
Make-A-Wish Oklahoma was formed in 1982 and has granted close to 2,800 wishes since its inception. The chapter is funded through donations from individuals, corporations, school groups, foundations and community organizations.
WHERE AND WHEN TO DONATE
Or, click HERE to donate online now.
ABOUT MAKE-A-WISH OKLAHOMA
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Party Pro Rents & Events
What:FREE Cox Community Concert hosted by Cox Communications
When: Friday, September 23
•6:00 pm – Gates open
•7:00 pm – Opening Act
•8:00 pm – Craig Campbell
• 9:00 pm - Rodney Atkins
Where: Broken Arrow, Oklahoma Chisholm Trail South Park
Admission: 12,000 free tickets are available at all Tulsa-area Cox Solutions Store. Tickets are complimentary but are required for entry to the concert. Ticket holders are asked to donate a non-perishable food item for each ticket. Food donations will benefit Broken Arrow Neighbors. Tickets are limited to four at the time of request. Children 3 and under do not require a ticket.
Beneficiaries:Broken Arrow Neighbors and Cox Charities Tulsa
Some of Tulsa’s favorite food trucks will be on site along with beer and soft beverages. A percentage of all food and beverage sales will be donated to Cox Charities to fund community and education grants throughout Northeastern Oklahoma.
Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets to the performance, as no seating will be provided. No food or drinks from outside the gate will be allowed on the premises.
Complete the following entry to apply for a free eye exam and free pair of glasses from the SPECS Program from Dr. Jeff Long's Children & Family Eye Care. You may submit for yourself, or someone else that truly needs this eye care gift.
The SPECS Program: Servants Providing Eye Care Services is a program dedicated to improving the lives of others around the world. The program is committed to creating an impact to communities locally and abroad.
The mission is simple...Free eye exams and glasses provided to those in need to allow as many people as possible the opportunity to enjoy the gift of sight.
K95.5 and Dr. Long will award one free eye exam and pair of glasses (if necessary) each weekday for the duration of this program.
PLEASE NOTE: This is not a prize to be won. It is a charitable gift made possible through the SPECS Program from Dr. Jeff Long's Children and Family Eye Care. Please make sure that whomever you are nominating is truly in need.
ALL FIELDS REQUIRED EXCEPT WHERE INDICATED (OPTIONAL)
Poor or failing eye sight can have a significant and negative impact on an individual's ability to thrive in school and on the job. Even day-to-day self-care can be difficult without the ability to see clearly.
K95.5 is teaming up with Dr. Jeff Long's Children & Family Eye Care and the SPECS program to serve our community and offer those in need a free eye exam and free pair of glasses.
The SPECS Program: Servants Providing Eye Care Services is a program dedicated to improving the lives of others around the world. The program is committed to creating an impact to communities locally and abroad. The mission is simple...Free eye exams and glasses provided to those in need to allow as many people as possible the opportunity to enjoy the gift of sight.
Complete the entry below to apply for a free eye exam and free pair of glasses from the SPECS program at Dr. Jeff Long's Children & Family Eye Care. You may submit for yourself, or someone else that you feel would benefit from this eye care gift.
K95.5 and Dr. Long will give away one free eye exam and pair of glasses (if necessary) each weekday for the duration of this program.
Please click HERE to apply now.
K95.5 is proud to participate in the 2017 St. Jude Country Cares Radiothon on February 9th and 10th. The Radiothon is a fantastic way for you to help a great organization. During the K95.5 Country Cares Radiothon we will be sharing stories from families who have benefited from the work of St. Jude Childrens Research Hosptial and how their lives have been changed. The Country Cares Radiothon makes it easy for you to make a donation.
To make a donation online visit: www.stjude.org/radio/KWEN
You can also make a donation by calling: 1-800-516-7771
About St. JudeSt. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other deadly diseases. Everything they do is centered on finding cures and saving children. And families never receive a bill from St. Jude. They pay for treatment, travel, housing and food – because all a family should worry about is helping their child live.
By sharing their knowledge freely and exchanging ideas openly, they’re inspiring more collaboration between doctors and researchers worldwide, and, as a result, more lifesaving treatments for children everywhere. Treatments invented at St. Jude have helped push the overall childhood cancer survival rates from 20 percent to 80 percent since it opened 50 years ago. And they are working to drive the overall survival rate for childhood cancer from 90 percent in the next decade. They won’t stop until no child dies from cancer. Because most of their funding comes from individual supporters, no family pays St. Jude for anything. This unique structure gives them the freedom to focus on what matters most – finding cures and saving children. At St. Jude, we won’t give up. We do everything possible to end childhood cancer and other deadly diseases.
Phone bank sponsored by: Oklahoma Central Credit Union
K95 was contacted by Keystone Chevrolet to help out the victims of the Sand Spring's Tornado that tore through Green Country on March, 25th. We couldn't have been happier to be there when Mike Frizell from Keystone presented a check for $4500 to Valerie Thomas from Sand Springs Community Services. Valerie shared how the money will be used with K95. It was a great day.
On March 25th tornados and high winds tore through parts of green country destroying homes and businesses and forever changing the lives of the people in its path.
On Monday, March 30th, The Cox Media Group family comprised of radio stations, KRMG, Mix 96, K95 and 103.3 The Eagle and TV Station Fox 23 along with the Red Cross came together to help raise funds for those affected by the Sand Springs Tornado.
We collected donations for 12 hours at LaFortune Park and with your help we were able to raise over $23,000 dollars for the Red Cross. All donations made to the local chapter of the American Red Cross stay in Tulsa to help victims of the Sand Springs tornado.
Thank you Tulsa!
WHAT: Sand Springs Tornado Relief Fundraiser
WHEN: Monday, March 30th from 6am to 6pm
WHERE: LaFortune Park, at the southeast corner of 61st and Yale in Tulsa
WHY: To benefit those impacted by the recent Sand Springs tornado
On Wednesday, March 25th, 2015 the first of Oklahoma's spring storms tore through Green Country, leaving a path of destruction from Sand Springs through downtown Tulsa and surrounding areas.
Many homes and business were damaged from the strong winds and hail that were part of the storm.
We are dedciated to helping our community rebuild and recover their loss. To assist in the relief efforts, we will be collecting cash donations on Monday, March 30th at LaFortune Park located at 61st and Yale from 6am until 6pm.
Funds raised will go to assist those in need locally.
The Red Cross is asking that donations be made in the form of cash or checks at this time. Unfortunately, we will not be able to accept hard goods donations.
Additionally, we will have two drop-off locations in Sand Springs at both Cecil and Sons Discount Tires:s
Donations can also be made anytime online via the American Red Cross HERE.
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