25th annual K99.1 FM ‘Cares for Kids’ Radiothon raises more than $331,000

UPDATE @ 6:48 p.m.

The K99.1 FM “Cares for Kids” Radiothon has raised $331,070, according to the announcement made Friday afternoon’s during the event broadcast.

Money raised during the event is used to secure life-saving equipment, supplies, expanded services and an additional transport unit for pediatric intensive care.

“The caring hearts of the K99.1 FM listeners in the Miami Valley and beyond never ceases to amaze me, station program director Nancy Wilson said Friday evening. “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.”

The three-day event, which began Wednesday and ended Friday, is sponsored by Joseph Airport Toyota and Hyundai, Crocs, Back To Business I.T., Flying Ace Express Car Wash, and International Harvester Credit Union.

The radiothon is a partnership with the hospital and the Children’s Miracle Network.


Today is the final day of the 25th annual K99.1 FM “Cares for Kids” Radiothon.

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The Radiothon is broadcast on our sister station K99.1 FM.

Since its inception, the three-day live broadcast event has raised more than $5.75 million for Dayton Children’s Hospital.

You can donate by phone, text, online or by mail.

For more information on how you can become involved, click here.