Relay For Life
Feet all across Puget Sound are on the move for the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, coming to your community! Whatever your reason, join Talk Radio 570 KVI in the fight against cancer and register today. Visit RELAYFORLIFE.ORG and don't miss a moment of this life and community affirming event! Form a team with coworkers, friends, and family, and join the excitement of fundraising to create a world with less cancer and more birthdays! Take turns walking or running, plus don't miss the special survivors lap to kick start every relay. Check RELAYFORLIFE.ORG for a complete list of local events and to register your team. The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life is proudly supported by Talk Radio 570 KVI. Form a team today and together we can make a difference in the fight against cancer.
Bartell Drug's Community Food Drive
Summer means fun for most. For many local families, summer means struggling to eat without low-cost or free meals provided by schools. But you can help. Make a difference with Talk Radio 570 KVI, Bartell Drugs and Food Lifeline for the Bartell's Community Food Drive from May 19th through June 1st. Click here for all the details.
Bartell Drugs Community Food Drive
Summer means fun for most. But for many local families, summer means struggling to replace low-cost and free meals provided by schools. But you can help. Make a difference with Talk Radio 570 KVI's John Carlson for the Bartell's Community Food Drive on Friday, May 31st from 4:00-6:00pm at Bartell Drugs in Auburn (3902 "A" St. SE). Stop by and make a donation to benefit Food Lifeline! Plus, visit the Talk Radio 570 KVI tent for a free Jamba Juice smoothie (while supplies last) when you make a donation. Click here for more details.
Climb to Fight
Talk Radio 570 KVI's John Carlson has climbed the highest peaks in the Cascade range, including Mount Hood, Mount Adams, and Mount Rainier. Soon he will be climbing Mt. Olympus. It’s more than a challenge. It’s for a cause, Climb to Fight Breast Cancer. August 10th through 14th, John will be hiking for the 9th consecutive year to support the thousands of women who were diagnosed with breast cancer last year.
The Climb to Fight Breast Cancer began in 1997. Over these years, climbers have experienced the thrill of standing above the clouds while making a huge impact with raising over $6.6 million to fund critical research at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Please support the Climb by donating here to help John reach his goal of $20,000. You can even inquire about climbing a mountain yourself, anyone can climb a mountain with Fred Hutch. Every donation helps. And it's tax deductible.