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Local radio stations, Metropolitan Ministries team up for virtual food drive to 'Feed it Forward'

Posted at 5:56 AM, Apr 16, 2020

TAMPA, Fla. -- Metropolitan Ministries is teaming up with several local radio stations to hold a virtual "Feed it Forward" event on Thursday.

The event, which takes place from 6 a.m. until midnight, lets listeners donate money or shop for specific food items in a virtual pantry.

The participating stations are:
WWRM (Magic 94-9): Click here to donate
WPOI (Hot 101.5): Click here to donate
WHPT (102.5 The Bone): Click here to donate
WDUV (105.5 The Dove): Click here to donate
WXGL (107.3 The Eagle): Click here to donate
WSUN (97X): Click here to donate

"Cox Media Group Tampa has always been devoted to helping our community, whether it's supporting a blood drive or providing hurricane relief," said Vice President and Market Manager at CMG Tampa Keith Lawless. "Our community's need has never been more critical than right now. We are so proud to partner with Metropolitan Ministries on this virtual food drive, so that our listeners can stay home and stay safe, but still help our neighbors in need."

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