Bridgestone Arena, Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge, and the 31-story, 490-foot-tall Fifth Third Center skyscraper lit up gold on September 1st in honor of those survivors, fighters and angels of childhood cancer.
“Each day, 42 families in the US receive this devastating news about their child or teen. Nothing is more rewarding than to know that we are making a real difference and giving these children a fighting chance," states founder and host of Hope Nation Radio, Nile Peaytt.
Hope Nation Radio goes above and beyond to care for those in need and bring awareness to childhood cancer, its reach continues to grow and strengthen year by year. They host multiple benefit shows in Nashville, host gatherings with cancer patients and their families, as well as HNR House Parties which provides kids fighting cancer the opportunity to enjoy a concert right in their living room.
The radio station formed in 2013 by Nile “Big Daddy” Peaytt and Thomas Hammonds, plays a variety of country music, pop, rock, contemporary, Christian and gospel from signed and independent artists. This is a station anyone can listen to, including the children in the hospital; whether it be for a lengthy stay or to help pass the time while getting treatments. To learn more on how to listen in or to help go to http://www.hopeiseverything.org