2020 WHUR Helping Hands Radiothon

Hundreds of Howard University students are preparing to forgo their traditional Spring Break to roll up their sleeves to provide community service in neighborhoods around the globe. It’s called Alternative Spring Break and the need for help in these communities is greater than ever.

WHUR Sunday hosts Patrick Ellis, Jacquie Gales Webb and Stretch Garrett are asking you to give to 96.3 WHUR’s Helping Hands Radiothon. We need your assistance to make their mission possible. With your help, hundreds of Howard students will be able to tutor, mentor, address gun violence, tackle poverty, and so much more in U.S. communities and around the globe.

Students will be providing services to communities in Albany, GA; The Bahamas; Baltimore, MD; Birmingham, AL; Camden, NJ; Philadelphia, PA; Charleston, WV; Chicago, IL; Flint/Detroit, MI; Ghana; Little Rock/Pine Bluff, AR; Lumberton, NC; Memphis, TN; Milwaukee, WI; New Orleans, LA; Oakland, CA; Puerto Rico; Richmond, VA; Savannah, GA; St. Louis, MO; Washington, DC; and Williston, SC.

When you give to the 96.3 WHUR’s Helping Hands Radiothon, you provide tutoring to youth in Baltimore, combat gun violence in Chicago, tackle poverty in DC, address social injustice and education in Ghana, restore natural disaster areas in Puerto Rico, and so much more.  This year, 1,100 Howard University students are giving up their traditional spring break to perform over 100,000 volunteer hours in some 22 cities in the U.S. and abroad.  
It’s all part of Howard University’s Alternative Spring Break (ASB). But they need your support.  You can click here to donate now!!!  When you give, HU students can help communities in crisis.