WWJ's Winter Survival Radiothon For THAW Raises $1.45 MillionThis year, WWJ raised more than $1.45 million.
Consumers Energy To Help Families Keep Lights, Heat OnNonprofits will provide the funding and work directly with people who need help managing their energy bills.
13th Annual WWJ Radiothon Raises $1,485,947 To Benefit THAWThe radiothon is over -- but there's still time to help.
Kroger Asks Customers To Help Local Families Stay Warm During THAW CampaignAll funds raised will provide energy assistance to Michigan households.
THAW Customer VideoThe energy assistance THAW provides helps stabilize families during very challenging times. Watch this video to hear their stories.
THAW, Wayne County To Give Away 2 Energy-Efficient Homes; Applications Accepted Until Dec. 4"This is a holiday gift that will change a family’s life forever. It is a new beginning that provides an opportunity for long-term self-sufficiency and stability."
THAW Gets $1 Million To Help Detroit Residents Pay Water BillsThe Heat and Warmth Fund announced Sunday that Manhattan-based Miller Buckfire & Co. made the largest gift the nonprofit group ever received from anyone other than a utility company.
The Heat And Warmth Fundraiser Nets Over $1.1 Million The Heat And Warmth fundraiser totaled $1,135,000 during the on air portion of the fundraiser and an online auction continues through Monday, February 9 at 6 p.m.
Fund Set Up To Help Distressed Pay Water, Other Utility BillsAfter a summer of shut-offs, the Detroit Water Fund was set-up with the intention of helping Detroiters pay off those bills
Radiothon May Be Over But Fundraising Still Active For THAWKen McClure says with the extreme cold weather this winter, Kroger felt compelled to help out in way to help keep people warm this season.
Social Media Highlights From The WWJ Winter Survival Radiothon For THAW
Stoney And Bill Sing For The WWJ Radiothon For THAWStoney, Bill stopped by the WWJ Radiothon For THAW to encourage listeners to call in to make a donation with a rousing ballad. The Plastic Oh No Band graced the volunteers with a tune about helping our fellow Detroiters pay their heat bills.