WTMD and National Philanthropy Day – November 15

November 15, 2017 is National Philanthropy Day, a great time for WTMD to let our members, donors, underwriters and listeners know how we support our community! Aside from our free events like Live Lunch and First Thursday, you may not be aware that WTMD supports many non-profit organizations by helping get the word out about important causes and needs within our community. We help organizations successfully fundraise for their causes through valuable donations of media support. Media support is donated in various ways: on-air interviews and performances, customized recorded spots highlighting fundraising events, social media posting, etc.

So far in 2017, WTMD has donated over $47,000 in media and promotions to local non-profit organizations. We are able to give back to the community in this substantial way because of our generous members and donors, grantors and underwriters. Please know that your support of WTMD also helps many organizations in the local non-profit community stay strong and successful!

Here are a few of the non-profit organizations WTMD supports with substantial media donations:
HopeWell Cancer Support
Since 1993, HopeWell Cancer Support’s work has been based on the premise that people affected by cancer need more than just medical care. HopeWell’s programs are specifically designed to complement the medical system by helping people with cancer, and their loved ones, cope with the life-changing impact of a cancer diagnosis.
CASA of Baltimore County
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Baltimore County’s mission is to provide court appointed volunteers who advocate for the well-being of Baltimore County’s abused and neglected children in foster care with the desired outcome of placement in loving, safe and permanent homes.
Athletes Serving Athletes, Annual 5k Run
ASA continues to enrich our community and celebrate the hard work and achievements of individuals living with disabilities and the desire to cross the finish line in mainstream running and triathlon events.
Young Audiences of Maryland
Bringing the arts to children and schools in Maryland, regardless of their resources. Young Audiences directly benefit Maryland classrooms, providing students the opportunity to imagine, to create, and to realize their full potential through the arts.
MAS – Maryland Animal Sanctuary & Rescue
MAS Rescue is a small 501(c)(3) non-profit group that is dedicated to helping unwanted shelter animals whose time has run out and whose destiny is deemed perilous. An all-volunteer organization, we have a passionate desire to save as many shelter animals as possible and work tirelessly to provide all the love and care they need.
The Institute for Integrative Health
The Institute for Integrative Health aims to create a wellness and medical model to shift our society’s focus from managing disease to promoting lifelong health.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
St Jude Children’s Research Hospital has spent more than half a century finding cures and saving children, and their groundbreaking research has helped push the survival rate for childhood cancer from less than 20% in 1962 to more than 80% today. Hope in the Harbor is an annual fundraising event in Baltimore that supports St. Jude.
Living Classrooms Foundation
Living Classrooms Foundation is located in Baltimore City and strengthens communities and inspires young people to achieve their potential through hands-on education and job training, using urban, natural, and maritime resources as “living classrooms.”
Mammojam Music Festival
Mammojam is a nonprofit dedicated to providing breast cancer screening and treatment for underinsured and low income women.
Foundation Fighting Blindness
The mission of the Foundation Fighting Blindness is to drive the research that will provide preventions, treatments and cures for people affected by retinal degenerative diseases.

 

 

If you would like more information, please contact Amy Beth Hall, WTMD Director of Philanthropy, at 410.704.4088 or hall@wtmd.org

By | 2017-11-16T06:12:24+00:00 November 15th, 2017|Categories: Culture, Arts, and Community, WTMD News|