Hawaii Mom Blog: 14th Annual Kapi‘olani Radiothon for Kids Goes Virtual, Sept. 10-11




September 10, 2020

14th Annual Kapi‘olani Radiothon for Kids Goes Virtual, Sept. 10-11

For the first time, the Kapi‘olani Radiothon for Kids is a virtual event! Taking place now through September 11, 7pm, the annual fundraiser in support of Kapi‘olani Medical Center for Women & Children, the 14th Annual Radiothon for Kids will be broadcast on KSSK 92.3. The only thing different this year is the distance between the KSSK team, Kapi‘olani patients and families, sponsors, volunteers and staff. 

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and in consideration of the safety and health of everyone involved, KSSK radio personalities will be broadcasting from the station’s studios while volunteers engage remotely online and Kapi‘olani’s foundation staff members take donation calls from offices downtown.

No matter how people tune in to KSSK 92.3 for this year’s Radiothon, they’ll hear impactful stories of courageous children from across the state. People will be encouraged to donate in support of specialized care for children and women that only Kapi‘olani can offer.

KSSK 92.3’s Michael W. Perry, Scottie B, Curt Williams and other radio personalities will help share stories of hope and healing from Kapi‘olani patients and their families LIVE on the air to raise money in support of Kapi‘olani, Hawai‘i’s only Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) Hospital.

Be sure to turn in and support Kapi‘olani Medical Center for Women & Children.

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