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KISS 104.1 at Susan G. Komen Greater Atlanta More Than Pink Walk

KISS 104.1 at Susan G. Komen Greater Atlanta More Than Pink Walk with Art Terrell, Condace Pressley, Checka Cee, and Aaron Paxton.

Susan G. Komen More Than Pink Walk

Let’s be More Than Pink, Atlanta! Join the KISS 104.1 team NOW and walk with Art Terrell, Checka Cee, and more of your favorite KISS 104.1 family members in the Susan G. Komen Greater Atlanta More Than Pink Walk on Saturday, May 5.

Komen Greater Atlanta More Than Pink Walk Saturday, May 5 

7:00 AM Registration and Site Open

8:00 AM Opening Ceremony and Walk Begins Lenox Square, Atlanta, GA 

Funds raised by the Walk will provide breast health and breast cancer services for those who cannot afford them in our community and will fund cutting-edge research to find the cures.  

Join the KISS 104.1 team NOW

Read More: ‘Fighting Breast Cancer’ »

Love Rolls Inc. provides toilet paper to the homeless community

Kendall Robinson is changing the lives of homeless people with her charity, Love Rolls.

Georgia has approximately 14,000 homeless people. More than 6,000 are in Atlanta. Love Rolls collects donations to provide toilet paper to the homeless in the Atlanta area and eventually all over the world.

Learn more at

Help the Victims of Hurricane Harvey

Trust us, we heard you. And we want to help, too.  

So we're collecting bottled water, filling up a truck and taking it to Houston!  

This version of "Convoy of Care" will be hosted by Cox Media Group - specifically, News 95-5 and AM 750, KISS 104.1, B98.5, 97.1 The River, WSB-TV, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution,  

If you're interested in donating, bring your bottled water to our studios (1601 W Peachtree Street NE Atlanta, GA 30309) between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.  

So help us spread the word using #AtlantaCares and we'll see you at the truck!  

Thanks to Atlanta Peach Movers for providing the truck and movers to help load it!


HOSEA Helps: Thank You!

Give back to the community of Atlanta by volunteering with Hosea HelpsClick here for more details and to sign up for volunteer opportunities.

THANK YOU for your support Metro Atlanta!  With your help in 2017 we raised over $43,000 for Hosea Helps!


For over four decades, Hosea Helps resided at 1035 Donnelly Avenue in Southwest Atlanta. As of July 1, 2017, Hosea Helps will be homeless, and their lease will not be renewed, so they need a NEW HOME. The funds from this 2017 campaign will go toward purchasing a new warehouse, moving expenses and closing costs.

You can still help!  Right now, you can donate at   


Imagine what Atlanta would be without Hosea Helps:  
  • 15,000 Georgia seniors would not receive hot meals 
  • 121 families will go homeless 
  • 2,000 children would not have school supplies or toys for Christmas 
  • 2,800 families would not have vital health screenings and preventative health care services 
  • 21,000 families would be without nutritious food 
  • 2,000 orphans in Uganda would be without food and housing 
  • 700 children in our school in the Philippines would lose access to education K-12. 
  • Countless number of homeless citizens would freeze in the winter along with hundreds of seniors would not have heat 
  • 9,000 volunteers would lose the opportunity to give back to the greater Atlanta community    

Hosea Helps needs to raise $600,000 to help with PURCHASING, MOVING & CLOSING COSTS. The new location will be larger allowing them to expand their outreach programs and continue their mission - helping people in need. They need your help to continue their work, so please donate and share this link with your friends so they can make a difference too!  

Hosea Helps is a 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit organization - donations are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law. All donations will be used solely for the purchase, moving expenses and costing cost for the new warehouse.  

Panera's pink-ribbon bagels to raise funds for breast cancer awareness

Brianna Chambers contributed to this report.

Panera Bread Co. is teaming up with local organizations to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research.

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During the month of October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the company will sell its signature Pink Ribbon Bagel, a twist on the Cherry Vanilla Bagel, a mix of cherry chips, dried cherries, honey, vanilla and brown sugar. A portion of the proceeds of the Pink Ribbon bagel will be donated to local nonprofits across the country. 

Erin Barnhart, community relations manager for a Panera Bread franchise based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, said each participating market has its own breast cancer partners.

"The partner really does make a difference," she said. "We appreciate our local partners, as their support can make all the difference in achieving our goals of building awareness and raising funds for treatment and research."

Panera has more than 1,600 locations in 41 states and the District of Columbia. 

Select markets offer a 100 percent donation day, during which the entirety of that day's sales of Pink Ribbon Bagels is donated to breast cancer focused organizations, according to Panera's website.

In Dayton, Ohio, proceeds will be donated to local nonprofit Pink Ribbon Girls and the Miami Valley Hospital Foundation.

"We make this campaign a priority every year for a reason," said Sam Covelli, owner and operator of Covelli Enterprises, the Ohio-based franchisee of Dayton-area Panera Bread restaurants. "The funds raised by the Pink Ribbon Bagel are helping to save the lives of local women with breast cancer. There's no better feeling than knowing you can help make difference."

Pink Ribbon Girls provide free direct services to patients and their families undergoing breast and other women's reproductive cancer treatment through their programs.

Mikki Clancy, chief operating officer of Miami Valley Hospital, survived breast cancer and said she benefited from the services of Pink Ribbon Girls and the hospital.

"Pink Ribbon Girls and Miami Valley Hospital were a godsend in my treatment and recovery," she said. "Supporting these community assets serves hundreds of local patients in their fight against cancer."

Twelve participating West Virginia area Panera locations will donate to Susan G. Komen West Virginia.

"We are so excited to partner with Panera Bread for the sixth year to raise funds and awareness during Breast Cancer Awareness month," said Donna DeHart, executive director West Virginia Susan G. Komen. "The Pink Ribbon Bagels are always a big hit with our survivors, volunteers, grantees and supporters. Money raised from the October campaign will be used to provide uninsured and under-insured West Virginians with life-saving screenings and awareness."

According to the Panera website, the franchise has raised tens of thousands of dollars for breast cancer partners through Pink Ribbon Bagel campaigns in the past 10 years.

"It's not a hard sell," Barnhart said. "People want to be involved in whatever way they can. That's what's so great about the Pink Ribbon Bagel. People might say, 'I can't write a check, but I can buy a bagel.'"


Ruby Eliason

Your support moves us closer to a future free of childhood cancers and blood disorders.

Make your donation online now or mail your donation (checks payable to Aflac Cancer Center) to:

News 95.5 AM 750 WSB Care-a-Thon 1577 Northeast Expressway | Suite A Atlanta, GA 30329

Ruby was born a fighter. Diagnosed with Down syndrome hours after her birth, she’s spent her entire little life fighting against statistics. She has dealt with leukemia the same way. Ruby was diagnosed with AML-M7 a few months after her 2nd birthday, following a routine CBC; Ruby was not showing any symptoms. The hardest part has been having our family split up for long periods of time: in four months, Ruby was in the hospital for over 60 days. Ruby has two older siblings who miss her during her hospital stays, especially since they cannot visit her in the hospital during flu season (which has been in effect for almost all of Ruby's treatments so far). Ruby started preschool two days a week the week before she was admitted to the hospital. Leukemia has stolen some precious time for her in that regard, as early intervention is so important for kids with Down syndrome. But as difficult as some of these things have been, Ruby has led us through this with minimal fear. She has responded very well to the chemo, and her energy and spunk have remained. Ruby's smile makes everyone who sees her, in and out of the hospital, smile too.

As March 2016, Ruby is in remission and is transitioning back into 'normal' life. Ruby loves music, playing with other kids, playgrounds, and reading.

Project Overcoat 2016

Keep men, women and children warm this winter!

Donate new and gently used coats and blankets at metro Atlanta Kroger stores January 9–23 and join KISS 104 at the locations below.

Click here to sign up to volunteer or call United Way of Greater Atlanta at 211.

  Kroger Edgewood 1225 Caroline StreetAtlanta, GA 30307Tuesday, January 12, 2016 8:00am – 10:00am   MUST Ministries Elizabeth Inn 55 Elizabeth Church RoadMarietta, GA 30060 Friday, January 15, 2016 5:00pm – 7:00pm   Kroger at Toco Hills 2205 LaVista Road NEAtlanta, GA 30329 Tuesday, January 19, 20165:00pm – 7:00pm   Collection and Sorting Site at United Way1020 White StreetAtlanta, GA 30310Friday, January 22, 20168:00am – 10:00am  



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