The Salvation Army Larry Stewart Memorial Radiothon (held on August 22nd at Crown Center) is a longstanding tradition. "Secret Santa" Larry Stewart, who co-founded the event, believed in The Salvation Army and its mission to help people in need. To honor Larry Stewart's memory, the Radiothon was renamed in 2008.
The Larry Stewart Memorial Radiothon is an all-day live radio broadcast by 610 Sports radio to help raise funds to benefit The Salvation Army Children’s Shelter. This is your chance to:
Co-founded by Kansas City's own, "Secret Santa" Larry Stewart, the event is part of a long-standing tradition, which brings together Kansas City celebrities and sports stars, to support The Salvation Army's mission to help people in need. In 2012, The Larry Stewart Memorial Radiothon raised over $139,000 to benefit The Salvation Army’s Children’s Shelter.