Thank you for your support of the 23rd annual 95.5 WSB Care-a-Thon! Please consider joining our Community of Care by scheduling a monthly gift. Your ongoing generosity will enable us to offer the best services and most promising therapies to every child who walks through our doors, because every child deserves a lifetime.

Become a monthly miracle maker in honor of the 23rd annual event by pledging to give $23 a month to the WSB Care-a-Thon benefiting the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center.

For each Miracle Maker, you will receive a recipe card in the mail from our patients! You will also receive the following recognition and engagement opportunities:

  • (1) On-air mention by WSB personality during the WSB Care-a-Thon OR post event to an audience of over 1 million listeners
  • (2) Volunteer Slots at the call center during the WSB Care-a-Thon. This is an opportunity to answer calls and take pledges at the phonebank during the live broadcast, allowing you to witness the difference you are making first-hand
  • Opportunity to attend a behind the scenes tour of the Aflac Cancer and Blood Disorders Center
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Did You Know?

$25 allows us to decorate a patient’s room when they are inpatient on their birthday
 funds teaching aids to help keep patients from falling behind in their studies
$75 funds a patient and family education packet about the child’s diagnosis and treatment, as well as community support and resource information 
$250 funds a prescription to fight the side effects of chemotherapy
$500 funds diagnostic testing for a new patient
$1,000 funds our music therapy program for 4 months, providing tools to help children through their treatment with distraction