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Radio + broadcast mara thon =  SAY Detroit RADIOTHON

Broadcast live for fifteen hours from The Somerset Collection in Troy, MI, the annual radiothon is now in its NINTH year in 2020. 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 livestream on Facebook, listen on WJR 760AM,  and visit  www.mitchalbomradiothon.com to donate and bid on auctions, “purchase” autographed memorabilia or gift cards, and donate.

Since its first broadcast in 2012, the annual radiothons have raised over $7 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 Play Center, Working Homes/Working Families, the Dream Scholars, A Time to Help, and several other local charitable efforts who care for Detroit’s neediest and work towards a revitalized Detroit.

Save the date: December 10, 2020

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 WITH 2019

The radiothon raised $1,376,985.00!

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 on Thursday, December 12. Read the full story here

Due to social distancing measures, our distribution ceremony was digital only – watch the broadcast or get the details here.

CATCH UP WITH 2018

The radiothon raised $1,278,000!

Representatives from nearly two dozen area charities gathered at the Fisher Building on Thursday, March 28 for the distribution ceremony, an annual event since the Radiothon’s inception, to receive funds raised last December. Get the full story!

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