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SEASON OF HOPE RADIOTHON

Season of Hope Starts November 1

Give hope to families that need it most

Season of Hope marks the most critical fundraising period of the year for Duke Children's. Support from compassionate people from around the Triangle is critical to advancing our mission of giving hope and healing to our patients and families.

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How You Can Help

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Be a Hero for Hope

Make a monthly gift for a lasting impact. It's easy! Setup an ongoing recurring credit card payment for any dollar amount. Set it and forget it. Your monthly gift will provide sustaining revenue that will help our patients every day. 

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Start a Fundraiser

Create your own Season of Hope fundraising page! This year, we are making it easier than ever for you to show and grow your support for Duke Children's. We are excited to see all the creative ways you can help change kids health and change the future!

GET STARTED
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Spread the Word

Want to spread the word about Season of Hope? It's easier than ever to share about Radiothon and the Season of Hope! Get some tips, share your Duke Children's story, and let the world know why it is more important than ever to support Duke Children's! 

Help us share!

A gift to Duke Children’s during the Season of Hope is the gift of hope to a family that needs it. Get involved during this time of giving to help others.

Season of Hope Radiothon on MIX 101.5 for Duke Children's

December 13 & 14, 2022

Celebrate hope for children in our community

The Season of Hope Radiothon on MIX 101.5 is the culmination of the Duke Children’s largest fundraising campaign each year. Join Kyle, Bryan and Sarah from MIX Mornings for a two-day broadcast showcasing incredible stories of hope and healing from our Duke Children's patients and their families. 

This signature event raises funds to benefit children’s programs and further support the continuation of excellence within the medical and surgical programs at Duke Children’s.

MIX 101.5 has raised over $19 million for the kids at Duke Children’s over the past 27 years thanks to the compassion and caring of MIX 101.5 listeners, our sponsors, patient families and hundreds of volunteers.

Visit the MIX 101.5 Event Page for more details. 

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Partnership Opportunities

Choose a Season of Hope Radiothon partnership that puts you in front of the community showcasing your support of Duke Children's, your local Children's Miracle Network Hospital.

Champion of Hope $15,000
  • Broadcast mentions on two days of MIX 101.5 Radiothon
  • Logo in digital and print marketing
  • Matching hour promotion
  • Check presentation & on-air interview
  • Membership in Duke Children's Society, a group of philanthropic leaders for children's health
Power of Hope $10,000
  • Broadcast mentions during primetime hour of MIX 101.5 Radiothon
  • Name in digital and print marketing
  • Matching hour promotion
  • Membership in Duke Children's Society, a group of philanthropic leaders for children's health
Spirit of Hope $5,000
  • Broadcast mentions during on hour of MIX 101.5 Radiothon
  • Name in digital and print marketing
  • Membership in Duke Children's Society, a group of philanthropic leaders for children's health
Sound of Hope $2,500
  • Broadcast shout-outs during MIX 101.5 Radiothon
  • Name in social media marketing
  • Membership in Duke Children's Society, a group of philanthropic leaders for children's health

To become a Season of Hope partner, contact Karen McClure at Karen.mcclure@duke.edu or Josh Webb at Joshua.webb@duke.edu.