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Topic: Community-Focused Initiatives
Posted on 3/1/2018
Beasley Media Group Boston is partnering with Project Bread to promote the anti-hunger organization’s year-round efforts to combat hunger in Massachusetts and increase awareness of statewide services. Beasley’s Boston stations WBQT-FM, WROR-FM, WBOS-FM, WKLB-FM, WBZ-FM and WRCA-AM will also promote Project Bread’s 50th Celebration, including the “Walk for Hunger & 5K Run” on May 6.
“Our motivation for partnering with Beasley Media Group is that they truly care about the issue of hunger in Massachusetts, and they are willing to use their expansive platform for good,” said Project Bread President Erin McAleer. “They are as invested as we are in achieving sustainable solutions to end hunger in our state, and we look forward to working with them for our 50th Celebration and beyond.
“Beasley’s family of stations broadcast live and local, and they connect authentically with their listeners at the community level. This partnership was a no-brainer for Project Bread,” McAleer continued. “They are a phenomenal partner, and their stations provide a fantastic vehicle for us to raise awareness about the issue of hunger in our state and the work that Project Bread does to address food insecurity in Massachusetts. We are already seeing the impact of their support.”
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