K104 (KKDA-FM) & the Buck Wilde Morning Show helps families with Hip Hop 4 Hunger.

Radio Facts: Hip Hop 4 Hunger Is Making A Difference
The hunger gap is widening for so many families in the metroplex that the Buck Wilde Morning Show from K104 (KKDA-FM) has decided to help by collecting can goods with a food drive called Hip Hop 4 Hunger. After a couple weeks of successful collection stops at various outlets throughout the Dallas / Fort Worth area, The Buck Wilde Morning Show will broadcast live this Friday, November 19th from 6 am to 10 am at Buttons Restaurant, 15207 Addison Rd. in Addison.  The donations have been so overwhelming that over 10,000 cans of food will be used to build a pair of 7 ft. tall Adidas tennis shoes on the day of the broadcast, which will symbolize hip hop music’s commitment to stomping out hunger in our communities.  Buck Wilde said, “We heard that local food pantries were running really low this year, and we knew that we could bring people together, so we decided to do some good in the hood and make a difference.”

Listeners who stop by Buttons Restaurant to drop off can goods will receive a Free Breakfast, and as an extra incentive, will also have a chance to win concert tickets and take pictures with the Dallas Mavericks Dancers and the Mavs Man.  

Five local charities will benefit from K104’s Hip Hop for Hunger Food Drive:  Brother’s Hill Helping Hand in West Dallas, S.M. Wright Foundation in South Dallas, Cedar Hill Food Panty in Cedar Hill, Catholic Charities of Dallas in East Dallas and Tarrant Area Food Bank.  

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