Compassion on National Public Radio

Earlier this month, I told you about how through the creativity of one of our donors, many children have been able to participate in Compassion-assisted programs throughout the world. Since then, the story of Mike Foster’s Junky Car Club in Southern California has taken on a life of its own.

National Public Radio (NPR) will be airing a story about the car club on their Christmas morning program each hour at 10 minutes ‘til the hour. I hope you can catch the segment when it airs because I’d appreciate hearing what you think.

And while you’re at it, let NPR know as well.

Merry Christmas!

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  1. Chris Giovagnoni December 26, 2008

    You can listen to the broadcast on the NPR web site.

    It turns out the segment was edited down to one minute and 17 seconds, and our name was taken out. We became a “charitable organization.” 🙁

  2. Judith Tremblay December 25, 2008

    Did anyone happen to catch the broadcast? I tried, but I kept forgetting to turn on the radio until about a quarter to 11am, so it’s possible that the morning program was over and I missed it.

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