The Promise FM helps feed kids in Africa

WPHN/Gaylord (Promise FM) partnered with Cross International recently to help provide hope for children in Malawi, Zambia, and Uganda.

When listeners gave a $62 gift, it provided food, water, bibles, and other life-saving resources, not to mention the feeling of being able to wake up each morning with hope for the future. Over the course of the two-day event, Promise FM listeners saved 658 children!

Promise FM program director Fred Young said “We have been extremely blessed at The Promise FM to partner with an amazing organization in Cross International. The stories and lives changed have impacted our Promise family on both sides of the microphone, and it’s truly awesome to see how our listeners have connected with each opportunity to make a difference during our Cross campaigns!”

If your station is interested in being part of this ministry to help children, contact Tom Lewis with Lewis & Associates at (316) 722-8668.

Pictured L-R Pat Scott, Executive Director of The Promise FM; Dennis Hutchinson, Assistant Program Director/Afternoon Drive at The Promise FM; and Tom Lewis, representing Cross International.

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