WGNA Asks Listeners to Help During Flood Relief Fundraising
The Sean and Richie Show will ask the residents of the WGNA coverage area to help raise money for the American Red Cross of Northeastern New York to support relief efforts for area residents affected by Hurricane Irene.
Beginning Wednesday, August 31st at 6am, The Sean and Richie Show will kick off the WGNA Flood Relief Fundraising by broadcasting live from the patio at The Standard Restaurant at Crossgates Mall. The Sean and Richie Show will continue broadcasting all day and night long and are prepared to sleep in tents in the parking lot to ensure that the money is raised.
The Sean and Richie Show will broadcast until a minimum of $10,000 has been raised in donations. Residents are encouraged to stop by and make a monetary donation to support the local relief efforts of the American Red Cross. With the additional flooding of Schenectady, Troy, Watervliet and other areas the need for support is even greater. The need for money is urgent and will be immediately donated to the American Red Cross of Northeastern New York to help facilitate the relief efforts.