We would love for you to stop by the 28 Hours of Hope at the K99 studio and leave a note or draw a picture on our Wall of Hope for the children in Northern Colorado who are impacted by child abuse. After 28 Hours of Hope 2017 is over, we will put together a collection of the messages in a post on our website for those who have experienced abuse to look at and remember that they are not alone.
Sean Curtis made his way down from Cheyenne, Wyoming to share one of his new songs with Brian and Todd during the 28 Hours of Hope. "Make 'em Like That" is a song Sean wrote for his dad who recently passed away.
It's easy to understand why donations slow down during the late night and early morning hours of 28 Hours of Hope, but if you think about it, that is when we should be thinking about children who are being abused the most. The late night hours are when a lot of these children lay awake thinking about what they've been going through and worrying about what might happen the next day.
Shelby has been an important part of 28 Hours of Hope for many years. We appreciate having her join us each year and share her story of dealing with abuse and the help she received from local agencies.
Every year during the 28 Hours of Hope a group of kids from Wellington, and a few parents, get together and collect money around their community and bring it into the K99 studio. This year, they set a record of 35 people in their group who join us in the studio.
We never know what we're going to get when we talk to Maddie & Tae, and today was no exception. The duo called into the 28 Hours of Hope and had us cracking up as they told us about washing their feet in a bidet and flarpping.
Kip Moore called in to talk with Brian and Todd during the 18th Annual 28 Hours of Hope and discussed the new music he's working on, as well as what it was like to share his tour bus recently with Dan + Shay. (Hint: The whiskey went missing!)
Susan Moore has a bit of a reputation for injuring herself during the 28 Hours of Hope, particularly following her injury last year. With that in mind, one of our volunteers made her a jacket out of bubble wrap to keep her protected.
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