(Colorado Springs,CO) OneChild announces that longtime WayFM executive Faron Dice is joining the Global Community of Child Champions at OneChild as the National Director of Radio and Artist Engagement. Dice will work with radio stations and Christian music artists to find passionate and like-minded “Child Champions” (child sponsors) for children and youth living in poverty around the world. OneChild has 318 Hope Centers in 14 countries, already serving over 40,000 kids.
“When someone like Faron applies for a role, it catches your attention. I have known Dice for 15 years and have seen the consistency and integrity in which he approaches all relationships. He has been a blessing in the industry to so many. His character, passion, cultural fit and desire to make an impact make him a perfect fit for the OneChild family” says Mitch Hildebrant, Vice President, Engagement. “He loves forming partnershipswith radio stations, networks, and artists that have mutually beneficial objectives. His passion for ministry aligns with our passion.”
Dice adds, “A trip to Kenya in early 2020 changed me forever. After seeing poverty up close, I knew something was different in me and that a new season was coming. I am so excited that this new role allows me to be involved in such meaningful work while remaining in the CCM radio industry that I love.”
Dice has served WayFM for over 18 years in various roles.
“I leave WayFM with a grateful heart and a deep love for the team of people that I have worked with over the years,” Dice concluded.
OneChild is a global community that serves and develops children in poverty so that those children can reach their God-given potential. The children are the center of our community and are made in the image of God. OneChild sees boundless potential in every child and look for every opportunity to support them as they develop and pursue their dreams. As they grow into contributing members of their own communities, we pray the will invest in the next generation of children. OneChild has been operating for over 60 years and is an experienced, impact driven, change leader in intercultural child development.