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'Tis the season for giving.

Tomorrow, from 6 a.m. – 7 p.m., Classical 96.3 FM will host an entire day of giving in support of Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation.

The second annual radiothon with Toronto's classical music station will broadcast out of the Robert R. McEwen Atrium at Toronto General Hospital. Hosts Mike Duncan and Jean Stilwell (6 a.m. – 10 a.m.), Bill Anderson (10 a.m. – 3 p.m.) and Kerry Stratton (3 p.m. – 7 p.m.) will be on location Tuesday to share how doctors, courageous patients – and generous donor dollars – can transform the lives of so many.

13 Hours of Inspiration

The line-up will include:

  • More than 30 patient stories
  • Live interviews with the doctors making a difference at Toronto General & Western hospitals
  • Live classical music performances throughout the day 

UHN volunteers will also be on location and working the donation hotline.

A Day of Giving

This year's radiothon, themed A Day of Giving, appropriately takes place on Giving Tuesday – a charitable movement encouraging people to give back after high-profile consumer days like Black Friday and Cyber Monday. This time of year is also the time when giving is on our minds the most.

A Day of Giving will reinforce how Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation's generous donor support has the potential to transform the lives of patients – and the future of health care as we know it.

Ways to Give

Donors can give their financial support in three ways:

  • In person at the Robert R. McEwen Atrium from 6 a.m. – 7 p.m.
  • Through the donation hotline at 1-855-838-9888
  • Online at giveuhn.ca

Kick-start the giving season with Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation.

  • Visit giveuhn.ca for details on the A Day of Giving radiothon and how you can offer support.
Image of Radiothon Poster Second annual radiothon with Classical 96.3 FM will broadcast 13 hours out of the Robert R. McEwen Atrium at Toronto General in support of the Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation. (Photo: TGTW Foundation)
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