LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Helping save the lives of Arkansas children: that's the point of Arkansas Children's Hospital's Champion for Children Radiothon.
It's the 10th year for the event, and on Friday they jumped over the $2 million mark in total donations.
6 radio stations teamed up to help make it happen.
B-98.5's Jeff Matthews has been a part of it since day one.
"I'm not a surgeon. I'm not a doctor. None of us are on B 98. But we're broadcasters, and we're story tellers, and we've begun to realize that through the ability of us to tell the story we're doing our part. It's a small part, but it's a part," said Matthews.
If you missed your chance to donate during the Radiothon on Friday, there are still several ways you can help.
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