G98.7FM Radiothon to fight Ebola

    Radiothon Ebola 2


    G98.7FM has joined Partners International Canada for a live all day radio-thon fundraiser to raise money to help fight Ebola on Sunday December 7th from 6am to 11pm Live on G98 7FM. 

    Let’s fight Ebola together for the people of West Africa!

    Partners International Canada is a not-for-profit organization which operates in over 100 countries worldwide, specializing in holistic development that transforms lives and communities. Their mission is to mobilize Canadians into partnership with indigenous leaders to bring long-term sustainable development to the least reached and resourced parts of the world.

    G98.7FM is a commercial radio station with a diverse staff and listenership offering a Blackmusic format loved by people of all cultural backgrounds. The music includes R&B, Soul,Reggae, Soca, Hip Hop, Gospel, African rhythms and Smooth Jazz. The station also offers a vibrant talk show, news and other current affairs programming.

    Are you giving to the radiothon after December 7th, 2014? No problem! We are currently still taking donations for this cause. Just click the button below!

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    Support those affected by Ebola!

    With no cure and a high mortality rate, prevention and education is crucial to stop the spread. Our ministry partners in Liberia as well as Guinea and Sierra Leone will provide emergency assistance to targeted rural and urban communities. They will bring awareness about the Ebola Virus, explain prevention methods, answer any questions about the disease that residents may have, distribute packages and train local leaders to educate others.

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    Sandra Heemskerk
    is the Marketing Coordinator at Partners International Canada and has been part of the PI family for over seven years. She received her degree in Business with a focus in International Development from Tyndale University and has years of experience working in the charitable sector. Sandra is passionate about the global church, social justice issues and supporting those around her. She loves her job, learning about different cultures and being challenged to grow in her spiritual life. Sandra spends as much time as possible with her husband and their one year old daughter. She enjoys long, deep chats with friends over a cup of tea.