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All-day fun for better days in Detroit

Radio + stream marathon =  SAY Detroit RADIOTHON

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Join Us December 9, 2021

Broadcast live for fifteen hours from The Somerset Collection in Troy, MI, the annual radiothon is now in its TENTH year. The day’s entertainment brings together all parties—the people who benefit from these charities, famous folks who wish to call attention to them, and most importantly, people like you who wish to help. Viewers can watch the live stream on www.mitchalbomradiothon.com, listen on WJR 760AM,  and give through donations and by bidding on auctions and “purchasing” autographed memorabilia or gift cards.

Since its first broadcast in 2012, the annual radiothons have raised over $8 million to help the poor, the homeless, families without homes, children without medical care, students hoping to reach the college of their dreams and veterans who have hit hard times.  All funds raised benefit SAY (Super All Year) Detroit, an umbrella 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization that funds programs like the SAY Detroit Family Health Clinic, the SAY Detroit Play Center, Working Homes/Working Families, the Dream Scholars, A Time to Help, and several other local charitable efforts who care for our city’s neediest and work towards a revitalized Detroit.

100% Proceeds to Charity

We allocate all funds raised to the needy and the programs that serve them and promise to make our donors proud of the good they are doing for so many who need help.

Want to give to SAY Detroit now? Click below!

Catch Up on Past Radiothons

Virtual Hugs and Real Collaboration at Annual Radiothon Distribution

SAY Detroit Awards $1.5 million from funds raised at December 2020 Radiothon.

Record-Breaking Radiothon Raises $1.5 Million

Even as it adjusted to a new normal, the beloved tradition highlighted a community’s overwhelming generosity

Sharing the (Radiothon) Giving Goes Digital

SAY Detroit awards more than $1.3 million to area nonprofits from funds raised at the 2019 Radiothon

Another Year, Another Radiothon Record!

For the fifth year in a row, the SAY Detroit Radiothon broke the $1 million dollar mark in funds raised during a marathon 15-hour broadcast.

Giving Shines as Radiothon Funds Are Distributed

Representatives from nearly two dozen area charities received checks today totaling more than $1.25 million from donations raised at the seventh annual SAY Detroit Radiothon, broadcast on WJR-AM last December. The distribution ceremony at the Fisher Building, an...

Lucky 7 Radiothon Raises $1,278,602.00

For the fourth year in a row, the SAY Detroit Radiothon broke the $1 million dollar mark in funds raised during a marathon 15-hour broadcast. Held Thursday, December 6 in the North Grand Court at the Somerset Collection in Troy, the radiothon was broadcast live on WJR...

Sharing the Giving: More than $1 Million Given to Detroit Charities

DETROIT, March 27, 2018 — Representatives from 22 area charities accepted checks totaling nearly $1.25 million on Tuesday from donations raised at Mitch Albom’s S.A.Y. Detroit Radiothon last December. The ceremony at the Fisher Building, which included six first-time...

New Record! 6th Annual #SAYDetroit Radiothon Raises Over $1.2 Million

Broadcast live for fifteen hours from The Somerset Collection in Troy, MI, the annual tradition once again proved—with every call, guest interview, and click of the “donate” button—that giving truly is living. The funds raised help the poor, the homeless, families...

Praise for Westside Cultural’s Erica Wright

Erica Wright's eyes were rimmed with tears as he spoke. S.A.Y. Detroit was visiting Wright's summer session for a lunchtime pizza party at her Westside Cultural & Athletic Club nonprofit on a recent Thursday when Derrick R. Coleman paid her a surprise visit....

S.A.Y. Detroit Stands with Women and Survivors of Sexual Assault

Today marks the start of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, a campaign to increase awareness about the realities of sexual assault and violence, and to educate about how to prevent it. Mitch Albom andS.A.Y. Detroit have taken a very visible stand on this and support...

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