WOWO Penny Pitch Created by rwrecker on 10/18/2013 8:03:40 AM
WOWO Announces 2014 Penny Pitch Charity
Saturday, November 22nd -- Komets Hockey Game Fundraiser
Thursday December 11th and Friday December 12th -- Radiothon
Phil's One Stop broadcast date TBD
Learn more about the program by clicking here
WOWO Radio is looking for Penny Pitch applications
Are you a non-profit organization in the Fort Wayne / Allen County region? WOWO Radio wants to hear from you! Next year we'll be looking for our next Penny Pitch charity and want to raise money for your organization. There's no form to fill out, just tell us about your organization and make sure to include:
-=- Official Organization name and address
-=- 501c3 status
-=- 1 to 2 page summary of your organization
-=- no more than a 1 page summary of how you would use the donated Penny Pitch funds. This is usually a new program that you would like to start offering or a dormant or small program you would like to expand because of a community need
SEND THIS INFORMATION TO: firstname.lastname@example.org
OR mail / deliver application to:
2915 Maples Road
Fort Wayne, IN 46816
WOWO's efforts for Penny Pitch will focus fundraising efforts towards the selected charity. Schedule of fundraising events will be announced after the organization is selected.
WOWO raises over $80,000 for Penny Pitch in 2013
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WOWO Radio is proud to announce Turnstone
as the 2013 Penny Pitch charity
About Turnstone: Turnstone’s Mission & Services:Founded in 1943, Turnstone has helped people with disabilities maximize their independence. The agency’s mission is to provide therapeutic, educational, wellness and recreational programs to empower people with disabilities. Turnstone is the only not-for-profit in northeast Indiana that offers a full range of programs and facilities designed to meet the unique needs of people with disabilities. Programs and services Turnstone provides that enhance the lives of people with disabilities include – therapeutic intervention, early education and childcare, health and wellness, sports and recreation, adult day services and residential ramp building.
Many of Turnstone’s services are unduplicated, and, as a result, the agency is a sought after provider throughout the region. Without our services, adults with disabilities would have limited social outlets, be dependent on their families or face premature placement in a nursing facility. Children with disabilities would not gain the independence necessary to function in a school setting, nor the skills needed to grow into independent adults.
Turnstone is requesting support from the WOWO Penny Pitch for the agency’s Residential Ramp Building program. The ramp program utilizes dedicated volunteers to construct wheelchair access ramps at the homes of people with disabilities. Turnstone’s residential ramp building program began in 1989, and over the course of 24 years, 1,200 residential ramps have been built for people with disabilities living in Allen County. Last year, Turnstone built 31 ramps for people in need, but more could be built each year if funding were available.