Teddy Bear Fund Drive
(Dec. 24, 2018)
Renda Broadcasting of Indiana and its affiliated stations including 1450 WDAD-AM & FM 100.3, News-Talk 1160 WCCS, Country 106.3, and U92.5 FM proudly sponsor the Teddy Bear Fund Drive. Read more about this wonderful charity at the bottom the page and enjoy news from some of our recent TBFD events!
Payment for the team must be made in advance by dropping it off at the station (840 Philadelphia Street, Indiana, PA 15701) or mailing a check payable to the Teddy Bear Fund Drive to our station address.
THANK YOU GOES OUT TO EVERYONE WHO CONTRIBUTED TO LAST YEAR’S CAMPAIGN!
If you would like to make a contribution, you can visit us or mail to 840 Philadelphia Street, Indiana, PA 15701. Call 724-465-4700 or email us for more information.
ABOUT THE TEDDY BEAR FUND DRIVE
Renda Broadcasting of Indiana and its affiliated stations including 1450 WDAD-AM & FM 100.3, News-Talk 1160 WCCS, Country 106.3, and U92.5 FM proudly sponsor the Teddy Bear Fund Drive. For the past 38 years, the Teddy Bear Fund Drive has benefited the Pediatrics Unit at Indiana Regional Medical Center and the Free Care Fund at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh.
Renda Broadcasting of Indiana, as part of our “Community Teammates” initiative, developed four teams of employees and organized numerous fundraisers during last year’s campaign. “Our employees played a bigger role than ever before,” stated Mark Bertig, Vice President and Regional Manager for the company. “I would like to thank our employees for recognizing the importance of the Teddy Bear Fund Drive and volunteering their time outside of the workplace and normal working hours,” said Mark. “It is important to give back and I’m extremely proud of our entire staff.”
In addition to many fundraisers from station personnel, traditionally Indiana County schools play the largest role in making the fund drive a success.
“The involvement of our local schools is vitally important,” added Bertig. “You can see the pride when the children bring in their donations.
“Children need quality healthcare all year long. I encourage families, businesses, social organizations and individuals to aid in this effort whenever possible.”