WCBS- FM to Host Year End Spectacular
Tune in on Friday, December 16th as Scott Shannon in the Morning Hosts Annual Benefit
For the last 23 years, Scott Shannon has broadcast his final live show of the year from Blythedale Children's Hospital - a day that is a perennial favorite for our children, their families, staff and supporters. This year's event will be held on Friday, December 16th from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
This year, Scott and his team from WCBS FM 101.1 will be featuring performances by:
- Rob Thomas (returning for his 17th consecutive year!)
- Mark Rivera (Billy Joel's sax player)
- Sal "The Voice" Valentinetti (America's Got Talent finalist)
- American Idol Finalist Jax, and
- Tim McLoone & Holiday Express
CBS2 News meteorologist John Elliott will also be on hand, broadcasting the weather live from Blythedale.
In addition to a great line up of music, the event features an online auction with a wonderful collection of items, including a VIP package to a Billy Joel concert and luxury box seating for a New York Yankees game. Visit our Online Auction Page to see the full collection.
Donations are always welcome! You make make a donation in several ways:
- Via the Donate Now link on our auction page
- Directly through the WCBS donation page, or
- By calling (914) 831-2424 to make a gift
Last year's benefit raised nearly $85,000 for Blythedale's Child Life Program. All proceeds from this year's Holiday Spectacular will support Blythedale’s Residency Training Program - Training medical professionals of the future in pediatric pulmonology, physical medicine/rehabilitation, child psychiatry and orthopedics.
Be sure to tune in and join the fun!
Contact Director of Special Events Christina Caras at email@example.com or (914) 831-2512 for more information.
About Blythedale Children’s Hospital
As New York’s only freestanding, specialty children’s hospital, Blythedale is dedicated to improving the health and quality of life of children with medical complexity, not only through superb multi-disciplinary patient care, but also through teaching, research, and advocacy programs. Blythedale’s board-certified physicians, nurses, and other clinical staff (social workers, respiratory therapists, clinical pharmacists, Child Life specialists, etc.) and New York State’s largest hospital-based pediatric therapy department work together to provide intensive and innovative multi-disciplinary clinical and therapeutic care to help children achieve their medical and rehabilitative goals for independent living, and return to their communities. Blythedale is also the only Hospital in New York State with its own, on-site public school district.
For more information about Blythedale Children’s Hospital, visit www.blythedale.org.