NASHVILLE — Cumulus Nashville radio stations 103-3 Country, 104-5 The Zone, 92Q, Super Talk 99.7 WTN and 95.5 NASH ICON collected thousands of toys and gifts for seniors in need at the 13th annual Toy Field presented by T-Mobile to benefit The Salvation Army’s Forgotten Angel Program at Nissan Stadium.
Cumulus Nashville thanked its generous listeners and client partners, including T-Mobile, Sudden Service Convenience Stores, Planet Fitness, State Water Heaters, Rhythm Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, Enbright Credit Union and Golden Oak Lending for helping make Toy Field a huge success. AAA Tennessee also generously donated $7,000 to the event.
This holiday, The Salvation Army will reach more angels than ever, including less fortunate children and the elderly. According to Major Ethan Frizzell, Area Commander – The Salvation Army Nashville Area Command, several hundreds of those “angels” will not be adopted. To ensure each child has a special Christmas, the Christmas Joy Shop will provide gifts.
“Throughout the years, the Cumulus Nashville listeners have been generous with their donations,” Frizzell said. “Today was a great day that will help create miracle moments for families in our community this holiday season.”
Final: Thousands of toys were donated today to @salarmynashville’s Forgotten Angels program thanks to our 13th annual Toy Field toy drive presented by @tmobile.
Special thanks to everyone who donated today, this will help hundreds of families in need this holiday season. 🙏 pic.twitter.com/lbqYoVpUY1
— Flagship of the Titans & Vols (@1045TheZone) December 9, 2020