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36 Hours for Kids Radiothon happening Dec. 1-2, 2021 for Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU

View of cityscape with construction
Proceeds raised will support construction of the Wonder Tower | Photo by Quentin Penn-Hollar

Things you can do in 36 hours: Watch “A Christmas Story” 12 times, drive to Oklahoma and back (with no stops), or help raise funds for Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU. We’re liking the third option.

The 10th annual 36 Hours for Kids Radiothon, a 2-day live fundraising broadcast benefiting Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU, is happening today and tomorrow. Richmonders can listen live from 5:30 a.m.-7 p.m. (hours may vary by station) to hear stories of hope + healing — and consider making a donation to help support construction of the Wonder Tower, CHoR’s new home for inpatient and emergency care.

Set to open in early 2023, this 500,000-sqft., state-of-the-art facility was thoughtfully designed with the understanding that children see the world differently. Learn more.

Bonus: All gifts made during the radiothon will be matched dollar for dollar, so your donation can be doubled in impact and work twice as hard to bring the Wonder Tower to life.*