Beginning on Friday, December 4th at 5pm through Saturday, December 12th at 5pm, Orlando will climb the Toy Drive Tower, an outdoor constructed platform which will be elevated 30 feet in the air overlooking the City of Tampa and Metro by T-Mobile (2907 North Dale Mabry), where he will remain for eight days.
He will encourage listeners to stop by and donate unwrapped toys, bicycles, gift cards and monetary donations to benefit The Children’s Home Network. In addition, the Freakshow will join Orlando from the tower and broadcast live every morning from December 7th-11th, 2020. Covid-19 precautions will be in place on-site.
The WiLD 94.1 FM Morning Show Personality hopes to break last year’s donation collection record, which included more than 844 bicycles, 3 Full POD containers of toys and over $42,900.00 in cash and gift cards!
“In a year like 2020, it feels good to be able to battle through, and still help spread love to the kids and partners of the Children's Home Network,” said Davis. “All of our ‘new normal’ didn’t derail the truly normal caring for those in need of love.”
The Children’s Home Network is a non-profit organization that serves as a sanctuary for abused, neglected or abandoned children in the community.
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