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Here’s which charities KTAR 100 winners are giving back to

May 6, 2022, 3:00 PM | Updated: 3:03 pm
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PHOENIX — In honor of broadcasting radio in the Valley for 100 years, KTAR News 92.3 FM has been giving lucky listeners and their favorite charity $100 each weekday.

The promotion is running through the middle of June.

Listeners can enter the contest by texting “100” to 411923 to receive a link to the online entry form. They will then be asked to provide their preferred charity.

Here’s which charities winners have been giving back to:

KTAR 100 Donations

St. Jude

Sun City 4 Paws Rescue

Arizona Small Dog Rescue

Arizona Helping Hands

Toys For Tots

New Life Center

Phoenix QRF

Rusty’s Angels Sanctuary

Phoenix Children’s

The National MPS Society

Duet

All About Animals Arizona

LovePup

St. Mary’s Food Bank

Community Church of Hope

Arizona Humane Society

Live and Learn Program

Samaritans Purse for Ukraine

Autism Speaks

Hospice of the Valley

Disabled American Veterans

Child Crisis of Arizona

Feeding America

Saving Paws Rescue AZ

Boxer Luv Rescue

Friends of the Chandler Public Library

Matthews Crossing

100 Club of Arizona

American Cancer Society

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

People can also enter by visiting the contest page at KTAR.com.

A winner will be randomly selected daily, with their name and charity being announced on Arizona’s Morning NewsThe Mike Broomhead Show and Gaydos and Chad.

We want to hear from you.

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