Eat at Sunrise Bakery to Help SouthCoast Families and the Schwartz Center Radiothon
It's hard to believe, but this will be Maddie's first Radiothon with Meeting Street and the Schwartz Center.
She's been at Fun 107 as my morning show cohost for nearly three years, but because of COVID policy and the delicate nature of the students at the Schwartz Center in Dartmouth, this will be the first in-person Radiothon we've done since 2020. We barely snuck in that year's event before the world fell apart six weeks later.
This year, we will be ready.
We've been so lucky to team up with Sunrise Bakery and Coffee Shop since 2016. Once again, Sunrise Bakery on Dartmouth Street in Dartmouth has agreed to donate a whopping 50% of its sales while we are there Friday between 5:30 and 10 a.m.
My favorite part of the Radiothon is that it is so incredibly easy to do good. If you are eating Sunrise Bakery donuts, cheese rolls, soups or sandwiches on Friday while we are there, you are helping. If you are drinking Sunrise hot or iced coffee, you are helping.
The work being done at the Schwartrz Center in Dartmouth and Meeting Street overall is so incredibly important to so many SouthCoast families. I've seen jaw-dropping progress with children I've met over the years that Fun 107 has been working with the Schwartz Center.
One example is my little buddy Braden Garcia.
The first year I met him, Braden couldn't walk or talk, but his growth has been phenomenal. I'll never forget seeing him walk into the Radiothon on his own. It was incredibly moving. Now, he loves dancing to his favorite artist, Bruno Mars, during the Radiothon.
We are privileged to be associated with such a worthy cause.