Everyone Should Be Touched By Angels Story, Lets All Give And Help
Thought I'd put this out there since I have this platform, My Program Director Monk on the Radio of my sister station the Bear is the Vice President of a local not-for-profit called Angel’s Hope. The organization was started by the mother of Hillcrest High teen Angel Eaton after she lost her battle with cancer at the age of 18. He'll be at University Mall from 10-2 pm this Saturday collecting items to put into bags to deliver to the hematology/oncology floor at Children’s Hospital in Birmingham on Valentine’s Day. Please share this information with friends and join us Saturday if possible. Any help pushing this on-air or on your social media sites would be much appreciated. Below is a link explaining who we are, what we’re doing and the items we’ll be collecting.
Angel’s Hope is a not-for-profit started by friends and family of Tuscaloosa teen Angel Eaton, who unfortunately lost her battle with cancer at just 18-years-old. Throughout her fight, Angel never lost her will to live, and she never lost her desire to help other children and families who were fighting their own battle. Using the name "Angel's Little Rays of Sunshine," she collected various items to donate to the hematology/oncology floor (otherwise known as 8QB) at Children's Hospital in Birmingham. She donated food for the food pantry, toiletry bags for parents and gift cards and toys for the kids.