A Kid’s Place, The Larimer County Child Advocacy Center, and Namaqua Center Say “Thanks For The 28 Hours of Hope”
The great folks from A Kid's Place, The Larimer County Child Advocacy Center, and Namaqua Center wrote a very nice thank you note for the 28 Hours of Hope and sent it to the local papers. These are people we raise money for. They are truly our inspiration for the 28 Hours of Hope.
A big thank you and thumbs up to the Morning Guys (Brian Gary and Todd Harding) at K99 for last week’s 28 Hours of Hope. Brian and Todd’s 28 hour radio marathon raised $78,232 to benefit abused and neglected children in Northern Colorado. During this truly moving broadcast, Brian and Todd not only raised money to benefit our three agencies, but they also raised awareness about the impact of child abuse. Anyone who had the opportunity to listen to Brian and Todd would have heard deep, heartfelt compassion and a true desire to make life better for children who have experienced the unthinkable. Thank you also to Caitlin Youngs, Townsquare Media, the staff at K99, our many volunteers, and those of you who listened and donated. Each and every one of you has made a difference in the life of a child.
Gwen Schooley, Executive Director
A Kids’ Place CASA Program and Child Advocacy Center
Jillian Carroll, Executive Director
Larimer County Child Advocacy Center
Cyndi Dodds, Chief Operating Officer
The Namaqua Center