Kidd Kraddick Dies at Charity Golf Tournament


Nationally syndicated radio personality Kidd Kraddick died at the age of 53 this week at a charity golf event for his foundation in New Orleans.  Kraddick founded his charity Kidd’s Kids over twenty years ago, which raises money to send terminally ill children on a fully funded vacation to Disney World or other similar theme parks.  Kidd Kraddick in the morning was played on over 75 major radio stations and his loss has already sparked celebrity condolences on Twitter from Kelly Clarkson, Joe Jonas, Dr. Phil and Mark Cuban.

To read more about Kidd Kraddick and his charitable foundation, read our profile.


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Guiding Eyes for the Blind Hosts Blind Golf “Masters”

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IMG: via Guiding Eyes for the Blind Facebook

This weekend in Chesterland, Ohio, local golfers stepped up to support the charity Guiding Eyes for the Blind, an internationally recognized guide dog school that provides dogs, training and support to the visually impaired.

While the charity is based in New York, Ohio resident Betsy Dunn is a supporter of the charity and wanted to highlight that many of Guiding Eye’s dogs are raised in Ohio as puppies and decided to host a fundraiser.  The golf tournament was a spin-off of Guiding Eyes for the Blind’s national fundraising tournament in New York every year.  Many of the golfers put on blindfolds to emulate the experience of being visually impaired.

To read more about Guiding Eyes for the Blind, check out their full profile.