District 5

Source: Office of the Minnesota Secretary State.

KSTP-TV Twin Cities (District 4,5) Through its Feeding Minnesota campaign in the Summer of 2021, KSTP-TV raised $76,573 for Matter and Minnesota Central Kitchen. Throughout the Holiday season, KSTP-TV's Stuff the Sleigh campaign collected enough toys and monetary donations to help 12,000 kids through the Salvation Army-Northern Division.

KSTP-FM Twin Cities (District 4,5) KSTP-FM hosted the KS95 for Kids Radiothon to benefit the University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital and Gillette Children's Hospital. The Radiothon raised $695,504.
KTMY-FM Twin Cities (District 4,5) KTMY-FM and its listeners raised $183,000 during its Project Down and Dirty campaign. Proceeds from Project Down and Dirty campaign benefit Crescent Cove, Make-a-Wish Minnesota, Minnesota Academy of Science and Allina Health Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute. KTMY was also honored as a recipient of the NAB Service to America Award and was recognized as a 2021 Marconi Award winner. Both awards recognize the station's broadcast excellence.

WCCO-AM Twin Cities (District 4,5) WCCO-AM raised $365,295 for Union Gospel Mission during its annual Hunger Mission Radiothon which took place on November 16th. Donations raised equal 186,000 meals for those in need.

WCCO-AM, KZJK-FM, KMNB-FM Twin Cities (District 4,5) Recently, WCCO, KZJK and KMNB partnered with Second Harvest Heartland during its Kick Hunger Day Radiothon. The Kick Hunger Day Radiothon raised $467,253 for Second Harvest Heartland and food shelves across Minnesota.

WCCO-TV Twin Cities (District 4,5) WCCO-TV raised 2.2 million pounds of food for local pantries in partnership with The Salvation Army. The collected food will provide 1.2 million meals to families experiencing food insecurity in the community.

KDWB-FM Twin Cities (District 4,5) KDWB-FM granted Christmas wishes to families and individuals all across the Twin Cities experiencing tough times. Christmas wishes were granted to people that were facing financial hardships. Gifts were donated to a total of 14 families in need. KDWB-FM listeners helped to raised $45,000 in cash donations to support the Christmas Wish campaign.

KTCZ-FM Twin Cities (District 4,5) KTCZ-FM's Cities Gives Back campaign supported eight local non profits over the past year. Each non-profit received a six-week media campaign which included on-air, on line and social media promotion which was valued at $35,000 per non-profit. Supported organizations included Every Meal, Dress For Success, Ruff Start Rescue, Gigi's Playhouse, Granny's Closet, Treehouse, Hope Chest and Crescent Cove. Each non-profit reported increased donations and clicks on their website.

KFXN-FM Twin Cities (District 4,5) In partnership with the United State Marine Corps Toys for Tots program, KFAN's shows broadcasted live from Scheel's in Eden Prairie, Minnesota and invited its listeners to make toy donations. Six pallets of toys and over $6,000 in cash donations were collected on December 14th.

KEEY-FM Twin Cities (District 4,5) KEEY-FM along with its listeners and partners raised $1,122,752 during their 28th annual St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Radiothon. Listeners were asked to be a, "Partner in Hope" at $19 per month. KEEY-FM and Chris Carr and Company also hosted the annual "Blankets for Bridging" campaign. This campaign collects blankets from listeners all over the Twin Cities metro area. During the most recent campaign, over 2,688 blankets were collected around the Twin Cities.

KARE-TV Twin Cities (District 4,5) KARE-TV's annual campaign for Toys For Tots collected 180,000 toys and over $194,000 in monetary donations. Their recent campaign was able to help 125,000 kids In the community

WUMN-LP Twin Cities (District 5) The 7th Annual St. Jude Children's Hospital Telethon in March 2021. The Telethon raised $20,000 with all proceeds going to the St. Jude Children's Hospital. The 2022 WUMN St. Jude Children's Hospital Telethon is tentatively scheduled for March 18-19. WUMN also produced three, 30-minute programs focused on coping with the pandemic mental health. Local medical and community professionals were invited to participate in these programs.