Warm 106.9 reaches out to community children


Sandusky Radio’s Warm 106.9 FM Seattle Teddy Bear Patrol joins Multimedia Seattle’s other critical community partners, including Virginia Mason Hospital and Medical Center, Auburn Regional Medical Center, the Horizons’ Foundation, the Washington Dental Service Foundation,  the CANLIS Family and CANLIS Restaurant, as a partner in this critical community outreach to the communities’ youngest survivors of domestic violence.

Filling a critical need in our community, Multimedia Seattle implemented the “A Bear for Me?” Program as an additional community service provided through Multimedia Seattle’s Western Washington Domestic Violence Prevention and Outreach Program, to provide Infant and Toddler Domestic Violence Shelter Arrival Bags to vulnerable children entering Domestic Violence Shelters with their mothers.

Said Diana Key, MPAS, Director of Multimedia Seattle: “Multimedia Seattle’s Children’s “A Bear for Me?” Program provides necessary personal items for infants and toddlers as they are entering Emergency Domestic Violence Shelters, items such as diapers, baby wipes, a soft new baby blanket, a new pacifier and a beautiful new teddy bear to hold,  items that will help comfort the children during a very vulnerable and  traumatizing period in their lives.

Warm 106.9 FM’s Teddy Bear Patrol has been providing quiet outreach to its communities’ most critical organizations providing outreach, comfort  and support to abused, vulnerable and critically ill children. Teddy Bear recipients have included Providence Hospice and Home Care of Snohomish County, Multimedia Seattle’s Children’s “A Bear for Me?” Program and our regional Police and Fire Departments.

The Warm 106.9 FM Teddy Bear Patrol is a quiet legacy of caring in the community that has spanned more than two decades. Sandusky Radio’s family includes KRWM 106.9 FM (“Warm 106.9”), KLCK 98.9 FM (CLICK Modern Music), KQMV MOVIN 92.5 FM (“All the Hits”), KIXI 880 AM (Oldies), KKNW 1105 AM (Alternative Talk).