30A TV to air Emerald Coast Children’s Advocacy Center telethon
Thursday ● December 1 ● 6 – 9 p.m.
30A TV will air the 2nd Annual ECCAC Telethon broadcasting live on December 1, from 6 to 9 p.m. from 723 Whisky Bravo in Seagrove Beach to benefit the Emerald Children’s Advocacy Centers (ECCAC) in Niceville and the Pierce Family Children’s Advocacy Center in DeFuniak Springs.
Local singer and celeb David Seering will be hosting the telethon. With the purpose of creating awareness and raising funds for ECCAC, the telethon will feature interviews with locals, entertainment, information aboutECCAC and how you can make a difference. ECCAC’s board of directors will be on hand answering phones and taking donations. Also, 100% of Whiskey Bravo’s proffits for the live broadcast day of the telethon will be donated to ECCAC. After the live telethon on December 1, it will continue to be re-broadcast periodically through February.
Viewers with Mediacom’s Ch 17 and Channel 8 Fairhope Communications can tune in. As well, the telethon will be streaming live on www.facebook.com/30atv. Offering information and entertainment, beach style, 30A TV reaches homes and businesses in its viewing area in 9 counties in Northwest Florida from Sandestin to Alligator Point and nationwide on Roku Web TV, Omnibox Networks, mobile devices and apps.
Sponsors of the telethon to date are the Kiwanis in Freeport and Emerald Coast Compounding Pharmacy. Additional TV sponsorships are available starting from $250. To become a sponsor, contact Kim Henderson, ECCAC Director of Development at 850-933-9237, Ext. 283, or email email@example.com.
“We so appreciate that 30A TV is doing this telethon for our kids,” commented ECCAC’s CEO, Julie Hurst. “Please tune in and help make a difference by making a contribution that will ultimately benefit children in Walton and Okaloosa County who are experiencing abuse, abandonment or neglect.”
Paul Vizard, 30ATV founder said, “I am delighted to help with the telethon. To see the Pierce Family Center in Walton County come to life this year has been an amazing journey. The importance now is to ensure operation costs are met.”
ECCAC’s mission is to prevent child abuse and neglect, protect children in Okaloosa and Walton Counties, and restore the lives and futures of these impacted children. The Center’s child-friendly facilities house a multidisciplinary team of child protection personnel, prosecutors, law enforcement, DCF, therapists, and ECCAC staff and volunteers. In the past 15 years, over 10,000 children have received more than 40,000 services to include mental health therapy, crisis intervention, referrals to other community providers, interviews and medicals. Services are provided at no cost by ECCAC, a 501-C-3 non-profit organization.
To make a donation, or for further information about the Emerald Coast Children’s Advocacy Center, visit www.eccac.org. If abuse is suspected, call the anonymous Florida Abuse Hotline at 1-800-96-ABUSE.