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Join Magic 102.7 at the Sandy Hook Elementary Charity Car Wash

on Saturday, January 19th and Sunday, January 20th from 9 am - 6 pm at the Texaco Station on Oakland Park Blvd west of I-95 in Oakland Park - Free Food, Live band, and more. Get your car washed and support the families in Newtown, Ct. Cars $10 Trucks, SUV's and Vans $15. 100% of the proceeds go to Sandy Hook School Support Fund at the Newtown Connecticut Bank.

Can't make it in person? Donate to the fund through the United Way of Western Connecticut's online donation portal - click here.

Donations can also be mailed to:

Sandy Hook School Support Fund
c/o Newtown Savings Bank
39 Main Street, Newtown CT, 06470

United Way of Western Connecticut is not applying any management fees to donations to the Sandy Hook School Support Fund. The only fees being applied are the external processing fees charged to United Way (i.e. credit card fee, Text to Give fee) by the company processing the transaction.  Update: A big thank you to American Express, Visa and Mastercard who have committed to waiving transaction fees for donations to the Sandy Hook School Support Fund through our website.

“United Way extends our most sincere condolences and prayers to all those families affected by the devastating events in Newtown/Sandy Hook” said Kim Morgan, CEO of United Way of Western Connecticut.  “At this time of great need, we are humbled to give people a place to support the Newtown community. We would like to thank our loyal donors and our corporate partners who support our year-round work, which allowed us to be in a position to respond to this unforeseen tragedy.”

“United Way of Western Connecticut is also asking communities throughout the country to consider honoring the memory of the children and educators sadly lost in our community by supporting local youth and education programs in your community in their name,” Morgan added.