On-Air fundraising efforts raise approximately $1 Million for The Warrior Foundation/Freedom Station.
iHeartMedia’s nationally syndicated Armstrong & Getty Show recently announced that their annual “Warrior Foundation Freedom Station Give-A-Thon” raised approximately $1.2 million.
All proceeds benefit the Warrior Foundation-Freedom Station (WFFS), a 501(c)3 volunteer-based organization that helps wounded vets recover both physically and mentally from service injuries. The funds raised will be used to purchase plane tickets for injured warriors so they can spend the holidays at home and with their families.
“Warrior Foundation Freedom Station Give-A-Thon” took place over the week of November 16-20, 2020. During the broadcast special, on-air personalities Jack Armstrong and Joe Getty encouraged listeners to call in and donate to help injured warriors return home.
“After giving so much to protect our country, it is our turn to help thousands of servicemembers,” said Jack Armstrong, co-host of the Armstrong & Getty Show. “WFFS provides critical help to our injured military so they can get back to their families and their communities.”
“Thanks to our generous listeners, WFFS will be able to help hundreds of injured soldiers be home with their families just in time for Christmas,” said Joe Getty, co-host of The Armstrong & Getty Show.
WFFS also supports our military by providing transitional housing used during both recovery and the transition process.
The Armstrong & Getty Show is a nationally syndicated radio talk show that features commentary on current events and politics. The show has aired on Talk 650 KSTE since 2000. The show can be heard in 50 markets, including: Los Angeles (790 KABC), San Francisco (560 KSFO), San Diego (AM760), Portland (1190KEX), Sacramento (AM650 KSTE) and Kansas City (98.1KMBZ).