106.7 Lite FM, New York’s Christmas Music Station, raised over $1,321,058 at the fourth annual Hope for the Holidays Radiothon to benefit Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital at NYU Langone, one of the nation’s premier children’s hospitals providing exceptional care for every type of childhood condition.
During Hope for the Holidays Radiothon on Thursday, December 16, 106.7 LITE FM’s on-air personalities including Paul ‘Cubby’ Bryant, Christine Nagy, Helen Little, Rich Kaminski, Nina Del Rio and Jack Kratoville hosted a live broadcast from the iHeartRadio Headquarters in New York City and encouraged listeners to donate in support of the hospital and the children undergoing treatment.
Hope for the Holidays featured stories from patients of the hospital and their families, as well as interviews with hospital supporters. Sponsors for the event included De’Longhi, Key Food and Ridgewood Savings Bank. Listeners can still make donations at litefm.com/hope.
“This year’s radiothon was extraordinary. Our team along with our dedicated listeners made it a great day,” said Chris Conley, Program Director for 106.7 LITE FM. “We always look forward to the event and partnering with Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital to support the children and their families in the New York metro area.” For the past four years, “Hope for the Holidays” has raised over $3,500,000 to benefit Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital at NYU Langone.
Check out interviews and photos from the day below.