Every Sunday morning at 7, Marti Casper, Maggie Strickland, or Mark Shuttleworth talk with local men and women about organizations they operate to benefit our community.


CURE Childhood Cancer 9-20-20

Holly Dutcher, the Executive Director for CURE Childhood Cancer talks about how local families affected by childhood cancer and chronic blood disorders, continue to have the same needs they did prior to the pandemic. They are in need

House Of Mercy 9-13-20

HOM Director of Development and Communications Stephanie Buchbinder joins Marti Casper to talk about the changes that have happened at HOM since the pandemic began. There are stricter rules and donation drop off guidelines now. Fundraising has

RoCovery Fitness 9-6-20

RoCovery Fitness co-founder Yana Kaspher talks about the impact that Covid-19 has had on the fitness center where people struggling with addictions a go to gain or maintain a healthy lifestyle without using. Programs are free–you just

Red Cross 8-30-20

Mark Shuttleworth sits down with Katie Potter, Communications Manager for the local Red Cross. Blood donations were severely impacted by Covid-19. Blood drives had to be cancelled and some have been rescheduled. The Legends 102-7 9-11 Blood

RCTV Think Differently Campaign 8-16-20

The non profit Rochester Community Television is co-sponsoring a Think Differently Campaign, designed to get the community to take action in anti-racism issues, voting and stopping the spread of Coronavirus. 3 other local non-profits: 540West Main, Common

Lifetime Assistance. 8-8-20

Lifetime Assistance Director of Development Jamie Rada join Marti to talk about the struggles and changes the non profit has made due to Covid. Services are available but there are some limitations in some areas–no day services