Hannah Kerr Visits 90.3 WBCL Sharathon

90.3 WBCL FORT WAYNE, IN – On day two of 90.3 WBCL’s SHARE Fundraiser Hannah Kerr visited the station to encourage listeners on the importance of Christian radio. In an interview with WBCL’s Afternoon Show, Hannah said, “Music is a way for people to invited in that maybe wouldn’t step foot in a church or are too scared to go to a Bible study, they’re not too scare to turn on the radio.” Hannah also spent time visiting with volunteers, signing CD’s and taking photos.

WBCL’s yearly SHARE fundraiser began Monday, January 27, 2020. The SHARE 2020 goal is $1,570,000. As of Wednesday morning, WBCL has raised 41% of the total goal with $649,803 pledged so far. This one-week radio telethon raises the operating budget for WBCL’s network of ten frequencies in Indiana, Michigan and Ohio.

During the 5-day fundraiser, donations can be made at WBCL.org, via the WBCL app, or by calling 1-877-745-9090.

The ministry of WBCL brings light to the community through uplifting and encouraging music and entertainment. Additionally in 2019, WBCL brought over a dozen Christian concerts to Fort Wayne, provided gas and groceries to hundreds of area families, prayed for thousands of listener prayer requests and partnered with listeners to raise $32,000 to grant the wishes of local critically ill children via Make-A-Wish.

The mission of WBCL is to communicate God’s redemptive love and truth through captivating media that inform, entertain, challenge, inspire and encourage.

WBCL is a listener-supported, not-for-profit Christian media network owned by Taylor University. The network broadcasts 24/7 at 90.3 FM in Fort Wayne and northeast Indiana; at 89.5 FM in northwest Ohio and southern, lower Michigan; at 88.1 FM in west central Ohio; at 94.7 FM in south central Michigan and northern Indiana; at 106.1 FM in Muncie; at 89.7 FM in Upland, IN; at 97.7 FM in Adrian, MI; at 101.3 in Marion; at 99.5 in Findlay; 88.9 Toledo; online streams at WBCL.org and via the WBCL app.

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