920 WHJJ is committed to being a strong community partner. Through Clear Channel Communities™, the community engagement brand of Clear Channel, 920 WHJJ spotlights thousands of local and national non-profit organizations that are working to address critical issues and causes, primarily in four core areas:
The mission of 920 WHJJ Communities™ is to galvanize radio to educate and inspire local residents to make a difference within their own communities. 920 WHJJ supports many large and small groups by: providing media inventory in the form of radio and digital PSAs; championing the missions of various non-profit groups; supporting local events like walk-a-thons, fundraising events, and supply drives; taking action in communities facing disasters; advocating for various national and local issues; engaging local officials and decision makers through Local Advisory Boards; and taking on countless initiatives throughout the year that affect cities across the country.
920 WHJJ Communities™ also aims to roll up the company’s local efforts into national campaigns on occasions where scale can help create additional impact.
We believe that raising our voices locally will make for a better tomorrow.
Learn more about 920 WHJJ Communities' mission and commitment to serve each of the markets in which it is located. Download the 2011 Impact Report HERE.
There are several charities I'm involved with and support:
I'm a member of St.Michael's church in Bristol, which I support with my pledge. In addition to that, I serve on the hospitality committee. I also sponser a middle school girl (Our Lady of Fatima) for the Royal School of Church Music so that she may participate in their music program, learning litergical music not only in English, but also in Latin, German, and other languages.
As part of my committment to private school education, I sit on the board of Pennfield School in Portsmouth and serve on the advancement committee. I'm also part of the Capital Campaign and the Annual Fund Drive.
I have served on the board of Christmas in Newport for the past 15 years, which is a nonprofit organization that sponsers a series of month long events on Aquidneck Island.
The past several years I have served as a volunteer for the Providence Preservation Society during their Christmas stroll.
I am the neighborhood coordinator for the March of Dimes in Portsmouth.
I have supported Operation Standdown, attending their events to raise awareness to homeless vets, as well as attending the dedications of the various houses built for the homeless.
I support The Wounded Warrior Project, USMC Toys for Tots, and Bristol Good Neighbors.