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The Armstrong & Getty Radiothon 2022: Warrior Foundation Freedom Station
Donate now to help get our troops home for Christmas!
The Armstrong & Getty Show is proud to once again present the 2022 edition of The Armstrong & Getty Radiothon, benefitting the outstanding military charity, Warrior Foundation Freedom Station.
Our aim is to raise $500,000 that will be used to send our ill and injured troops back home for Christmas–and we can’t do it with your help!
For injured warriors who face the challenges of recovery, rehabilitation and the transition to civilian life, there is no greater gift than to return home to their families for this special time of year.
Thanks to the generosity and compassion of donors like you, thousands of ill and injured service members have left the hospital and flown home for Christmas for the last 16 years. While it seems like a simple gesture, a trip home has a priceless impact on a warrior’s morale and recovery, and the military families who love them. At its heart, sending our heroes home for the holidays is a gesture of gratitude for the men and women who have served, sacrificed, and are now learning how to adapt and overcome both visible and invisible injuries.
In addition to flights home for the holidays, Warrior Foundation Freedom Station assists injured warriors year-round with a variety of programs, including adaptive sports, outdoor therapy, wheelchairs for warriors, vocational projects, education scholarships, career guidance, work wardrobes. and more. We also provide a “home of the brave” via our two transitional housing residences, Freedom Station I and II, which provide injured warriors with the time, guidance and resources to successfully make the transition from military service to civilian life.
So please, do your patriotic duty and change a life! Donate to Warrior Foundation Freedom Station!
News, politics, pop culture and the experiences of everyday life are on the menu each day during The Armstrong & Getty Show.
Jack Armstrong & Joe Getty dedicate every broadcast to the idea that you can be informed and involved–without being angry. After all, laughter is the best medicine during these complicated times.
Jack Armstrong and his wife Laura have two young sons, as well as two dogs, two cats, a horse, innumerable goats and several more beasts roaming throughout their property. After the kiddos finally wind-down each night, Jack is known to consume a healthy amount of cable news talk programming, pie and convenience store hotdogs.
Joe Getty grew up in Chicagoland where he met and married his wife Judy. After raising three kids, they’re now empty nesters who can often be found roaming various hillsides with their judgmental dog, Baxter. When he’s done preparing for the next broadcast, Joe sometimes plays guitar and records with his band “Joe Getty & The Dead Flowers”.
Completing the A&G cast: Technical Director (and quip-master) MichaelAngelo, who’s responsible for keeping the show from sliding off-the- tracks every morning. Plus, there’s Positive Sean, who’s likely responsible when the show nearly goes off-the-tracks.
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