Your hometown radio stations – 97.5 KLAK, 93.1 KMKT and Mad Rock 102.5 – are asking you to make an ONLINE DONATION today to our 2020 Share The Warmth Donation Drive – presented by City Credit Union.
Due to current circumstances, we’ve had to make several changes to our annual Share The Warmth fundraiser.
Since we are unable to accept donations of old coats & hoodies, like we’ve done in previous years, this year’s donation drive is focused on two of the most requested winter items by Senior Citizen Organizations, Veterans Groups & Homeless Shelters — BLANKETS & SOCKS!
We’ve teamed up with the Texoma Family Shelter to raise as much money as possible ONLINE, so we can purchase brand new blankets & socks. We’ll then provide these items to as many local individuals, families and organizations as we can.
So, we’re asking for you to make an ONLINE DONATION today to help our neighbors in need stay warm this winter.
(Payment types accepted – debit/credit cards, PayPal, Venmo, Apple Pay, Google Pay & Microsoft Pay)
Here are a few simple ways to make your donation:
1 – You can text the code stw2020 to (202) 858-1233
2 – You can visit our official Share The Warmth donation site – https://givebutter.com/ShareTheWarmth2020
3 – You can donate using the form below…
Need a blanket or socks for yourself or your family members? We’re also hosting a special Share The Warmth Drive-Thru Distribution event on Thursday, November 12th, 2020. This allows us to put social distancing procedures in place during the distribution of the blankets & socks.
Blankets & socks will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis during the Drive-Thru Distribution event.
Because of your generosity, we are providing these items to as many local individuals, families and organizations as we can at our drive-thru distribution event on Thursday, November 12th, 10am-2pm (while Supplies last) at Red River Unitarian Universalist Church, 515 N Burnett Ave, in Denison.
Please share with your family and friends so we can make sure our neighbors stay warm this winter in Texoma!