WFFH “Day of Hope”
WFFH/Nashville (94 FM The Fish) listeners wrapped their arms around families in Latin America and the Caribbean last week during a “Day of Hope,” to benefit Food for the Poor. 94FM The Fish’s audience, along with that of sister station Singing News, raised nearly ,000 to help provide meals for children who are suffering due to Covid-related disruptions in food supply and employment. More than a thousand children in some of the poorest countries in the world will receive six months of emergency food relief thanks to the generosity of Fish listeners. Despite the pandemic’s effect on the local economy, listeners stepped up to exceed expectations by more than fifty percent.
Pictured Doug Griffin, 94FM The Fish Afternoon Host, with Natalie Anderson, daughter of General Manager, Kevin Anderson. Anderson and Griffin have served with Food for the Poor in Guatemala.