“We have people in Michigan, unfortunately, who are making the choice of putting the right food on the table for their kids or keeping them warm,” Anderson said.
Burton’s dream? That the money lasts as long as the need this winter.
It’s cold outside, which is why it’s so important people lucky enough to have warm homes donate to the annual THAW campaign, which provides life-saving heat for those in metro Detroit who could otherwise go without.
WWJ 950 will spur donations with a live THAW Radiothon 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. today and 9 a.m. to noon Saturday. Check http://www.CBSDetroit.com throughout that time for constant updates.
In conjunction with the WWJ Winter Survival Radiothon for THAW, donors are urged to stop by Art Van, 6500 East 14 Mile Road, to participate in activities and get special gifts.