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Radio Lollipop

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Volunteers

If you are 18 years or older, can spare at least two hours a week, and enjoy working and playing with children, you can become a Radio Lollipop volunteer. Full training is provided and it's great fun!

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Power 96 Radio Thon 2008.. Raised $170,239Donations

Radio Lollipop is a non-profit organization. Its day to day operation depends on charitable donations from its fans and friends alike. Running a radio station costs money and that's where your generosity comes in. Sponsorship from both local and national companies provides Radio Lollipop with the funds necessary to keep it on air. Money raised goes directly to pay for musical equipment, CDs, toys, and supplies for art projects.

 

Through the support of our benefactors, Radio Lollipop continues to flourish. Individuals and companies can support Radio Lollipop by making regular or one-time donations. All donations are tax deductible. (Radio Lollipop is a 501c3 non-profit corporation).

 

Let Radio Lollipop be your charity of choice. Give to Radio Lollipop today. No donation is too small. Your donation can actually be doubled if your company/employer offers a matching gift program. Please e-mail us if you would like to support our program.

 

Sponsorship

Corporate Sponsorship has proven to be a successful partnership for Radio Lollipop and its sponsors. Both locally and overseas, Radio Lollipop has been sponsored by organizations including McArthur Dairy, the Norman Shulevitz Foundation, John Alden Corporation, the Kiwanis Club of Miami, Delta Airlines, and Armstrong Toyota.

 

Community Groups

If you belong to a group or service club and would be interested in learning more about Radio Lollipop at Miami Children's Hospital, please contact us. We would be happy to make a presentation and answer your questions at one of your meetings. For more information on Radio Lollipop at Miami Children's Hospital, contact Aida Panceira.