SOS Radio 90.5 Listeners Donated DOUBLE the Water Needed for Homeless in Las Vegas

Two weeks ago, the Las Vegas Rescue Mission was almost out of bottled water! The team called and asked SOS Radio 90.5 listeners for help on the radio!

SOS Radio personality Scott Herrold asked Bob David from the Las Vegas Rescue Mission, “How many bottles of water would stock the rescue mission for the WHOLE summer?” Bob told him 35,000 bottles of water would re-stock the mission, but 55,000 bottles of water would meet EVERY homeless water need through the summer! SOS Radio personalities asked listeners to donate bottles of water on the air and they delivered by the case at the SOS Radio studios and at Las Vegas Rescue Mission! Bob David checked in each day on the radio with updates!

Over 70,000 bottles of water were donated through the SOS Radio community in 2 weeks! The generous community DOUBLED the goal! The Las Vegas Rescue Mission is stocked and ready for the hot 115 summer temperatures in Las Vegas!

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