DETROIT – Local 4 is joining with local broadcasters around the country to showcase the positive community impact and charitable efforts broadcasters contribute every year.
In Detroit, Local 4 has worked with and continues to help raise funds and awareness for countless non-profits, causes and events through the years.
From our yearly commitment to March Reading Month, which includes classroom visits and reading awareness, to pet adoption, and weather safety awareness.
Earlier this year, Local 4 participated in Race for the Cure in Downtown Detroit:
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Walking with my @rhondawalkerfoundation #sistersforthecure team at Race for the Cure! Such an inspiring morning among thousands touched by breast cancer. We walk every year for survivors, those in the fight and in memory of our loved ones that lost the fight in the RWF family and the entire community. #rwfcares #rwfempowers #raceforthecure #beatbreastcancer #komenraceforthecure #susangkomen #detroitraceforthecure #raceforthecuredetroit
In March, many Local 4 reporters visited local schools for reading month.
Higgins Elementary had an exciting guest reader during March is Reading Month: @rhondawalker of @Local4News! Ms. Walker read a story and shared with the children what it's like to work on TV and how important reading is to her job. #LivingLAnseCreuse pic.twitter.com/LaebcSqjDw— L'Anse Creuse Public Schools (@lansecreuse) April 9, 2019