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Congratulations to Gateway Humane Society, this month's recipient of our Hometown Hope broadcasting grant with Dr. Peg Armanini's Hearing Healthcare and Sunny 106! 

If you are a non profit group and want to apply for the hometown home broadcasting grant, visit www.sunny106.fm

 

 
Applications are being accepted for the 2014  “Hometown Hope” broadcasting grants. 

These grants will be awarded monthly to community groups serving our listening area.   Community groups, civic organizations, non-profits, even school or church-based groups are encouraged to apply. The grant recipients will receive a month-long radio advertising campaign on Sunny 106 and News Talk Radio valued in excess of $2,500.  

The grant package will include (150)  :60 announcements, a guest spot on Community Spotlight with Kevin Brown,  and a morning show interview on Sunny 106.

 “Hometown Hope” will feature members of the organizations and education and awareness of their programs.

 “Hometown Hope” will serve to inform the public on projects your organization is undertaking, as well as, be used to recruit new members and offer fund raising opportunities.  WDSN/WCED and Peg Armanini’s Hearing Healthcare want to enlighten the community with the hope your organizations brings to our community every day.  

If your organization is interested in being featured during one of the months in 2014, please fill out the attached request.  Our selection team will review these requests and will contact you if you are selected.  To be considered for this program, please return this application.


If you have questions, please call Lori Lewis at (814) 375-5260 or e-mail  lorilewis@sunny106.fm.


  
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