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Albany Stations Raise $314,000 for Children’s Hospital

Topic: Children’s Issues
Posted on 6/10/2022

The 24th annual Cares for Kids Radiothon from iHeartMedia radio stations in Albany, N.Y., raised $314,000 for the Bernard and Millie Duker Children’s Hospital at Albany Med.

“We are grateful for the overwhelming generosity shown by our community each year during Radiothon,” said Barbara E. Ostrov, MD, chief of service of the Bernard & Millie Duker Children’s Hospital. “That support, along with the dedication of our sponsors and great media partners at iHeartMedia Albany, helps ensure that we can provide the best care possible for all of our young patients.”

“It is with a deep commitment to our community that iHeartMedia has continued its partnership with Albany Med and the Bernard & Millie Duker Children’s Hospital this year to help raise funds and awareness of needs at the hospital,” said Howard Greiner, Area President for iHeartMedia. “All of us at iHeart want to do our part and we’re thrilled for the success of this year’s Radiothon.”

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