Hubbard Helps the Twin Cities

In 1923 Stanley E. Hubbard started it all when he fired up his 500-watt radio station “Where All Minneapolis Dances.” Since that day in 1923, Hubbard Broadcasting has proudly served as a pillar in the Minneapolis-St Paul community. We owe everything to this beautiful community and strive to find ways to give back to the people that have given us everything. Here are a few of our most recent projects in the Twin Cities:

Diaper Drive for Hurricane Victims
MyTalk 107.1’s listeners and sponsors teamed up to raise $15,782 for the Miami Diaper Bank—they will use that money to buy over 105,000 diapers and deliver them to people in need in Florida’s panhandle in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael.

Bids for Kids
The 2018 myTalk 107.1 Bids for Kids fundraiser raised $36,400 for Ronald McDonald House. This annual fundraiser is in its 11th year and so far Bids for Kids has raised over $401,400 for RMH charities.

Second Harvest Heartland Food Drive
MyTalk 107.1 collected 857 pounds of food, along with $3,851 in monetary donations for Second Harvest Heartland which will provide 12,267 meals to families in our community living with the stress of hunger. This is the greatest impact in the history of Food for Families