XtreMEDIA Hosts 'Do Much Good' In Haiti, Belize, At Home
December 9, 2013 at 5:45 PM (PT)
The talk hosts of XTREMEDIA -- KEVIN MCCULLOUGH, STEPHEN BALDWIN, DANI JOHNSON, and STEVE DEACE -- are off the air most of this week to participate in their annual "Do Much Good" campaign, this year working with international relief agency FOOD FOR THE POOR to tour the water filtration plants for which they raised money and helped install last year in HAITI, then to tour villages with an eye towards launching projects to rebuild and revitalize the areas devastated by the earthquake. JOHNSON will follow that with a trip to BELIZE to spend CHRISTMAS with 80 abandoned orphans, and MCCULLOUGH plans to aggressively advocate for young victims of the SOUTH PACIFIC cyclones and typhoons as well as for the almost 750 NEW YORK area children of incarcerated parents served by the ANGEL TREE prison fellowship ministry.
MCCULLOUGH said, "The absolute belief that we have been given our platforms for anything other than trying our hardest to make this world a better place, is what drives us to get out of bed every single day. It's more gratifying to know that we have had this impact in the tangible lives of real people -- most of whom will never even know who we are or ever get to listen to us -- than anything else we could achieve as broadcasters."
BALDWIN added, "And as our platform has exploded at XTREMEDIA, we feel that our desire to 'do much good' MUST grow with it!"
Talk radio colleagues can participate in 2014's campaign; find out more at DoMuchGood.com.