Sunny 92.3 FM Hosts Annual Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Radiothon For Children’s Hospital At Erlanger

Thursday, December 6, 2018

Sunny 92.3 FM is broadcasting the Sunny Cares for Kids Radiothon live 6 a.m.-10 a.m. from Children’s Hospital at Erlanger’s brand new Kennedy Outpatient Center starting Monday through Friday, Dec. 14.
 
Listeners are encouraged to call or text to donate to the local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, Children’s Hospital at Erlanger. Donations are accepted by calling 1-877-335-5437 throughout the week of Dec. 10. New this year, the community can text “SunnyKids” to 51-555 to donate or donate online by visiting www.erlanger.org/sunny
 
During the event, James Howard and Kim Carson will speak with patient families along with dedicated Children’s physicians and share their stories of hope, inspiration and the importance of community support needed to provide specialized pediatric care.  
 
Listeners can access the radiothon at 92.3 FM or online at www.sunny923.com and hear first-hand from the many families who have benefited from the hospital’s treatment and care. 
 
"Children’s Hospital at Erlanger thrives on the support of generous donors in our community including Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals programs like the Sunny Cares for Kids Radiothon," officials said. 

Since 2007, the Sunny Cares for Kids Radiothon has raised over $870,000. These donations have helped provide specialty care and equipment in a pediatric-centered environment. Most recently, these funds have supported the creation of the Children’s Kennedy Outpatient Center, which when open in mid-December, will provide care for more than 100,000 patients annually from across a four-state region.  
 
All funds raised through this year’s radiothon will support Children’s Hospital at Erlanger’s efforts to continue to provide specialized pediatric care to the region.
 
"Thank you to local community supporters Linda Brock Homes and Planet Fitness Clubs of Chattanooga," officials said.


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