Hope For Prisoners honored SOS Radio/Las Vegas President/General Manager Brad Staley with its Kingdom Builder Award on Friday night (8/19/22). Congratulations Brad!
This summer, Brad Staley celebrated 50 years at SOS Radio. He was hired to tape records at KILA (SOS Radio’s original call letters) back in 1972, but he’s grown through the ranks as an air talent, program director, general manager & president.
Hope for Prisoners is an innovative re-entry program for men & women coming out of the prison system. It’s a charity SOS Radio partners with quite often because of it’s lifechanging work. On Friday night, 40 men & women graduated from the Hope for Prisoners re-entry program in Las Vegas. The ceremony was held at the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police headquarters. You can read more about HFP at www.HopeForPrisoners.org
Hope for Prisoners Founder Jon Ponder said, “I found Jesus in a prison cell listening to the radio in Las Vegas. Guess what was the only radio station that came in through those 50 foot walls? SOS Radio 90.5! Hope for Prisoners honors Brad Staley for 50 years of dedicated service to our Las Vegas community. His vision, faithfulness and leadership have impacted the lives of countless people across the world. Thanks for your partnership with our community of believers and your heart to serve!”
Pictured SOS Radio GM/President Brad Staley (left) & Hope for Prisoners founder/CEO Jon Ponder