Each year Rush Limbaugh devotes the better part of his three-hour radio show to a fund drive for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Cure-a-thon. This year, the 23rd year, was no different.
Limbaugh announced during his show that he and his wife, Kathryn, would kick off the event by donating $500,000.
An announcement on the 2013 Annual Rush Limbaugh Cure-a-thon website reads:
This is the 23rd year that I have invited my audience to join me in helping The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) fund the fight against blood cancers. EIB listeners through the years have come through in an amazing way with increased generosity. I deeply appreciate your support and am hoping for another great year.
Before you make your donation, please take a few moments to read the Facts for Cure-a-thon donors. These facts will answer any questions you may have about the Cure-a-thon. Thank you again for helping make such a difference in the lives of so many. Your willingness to support this Annual Cure-a-thon is greatly appreciated.
Listen to Limbaugh’s heartfelt appeal here.
You can donate to the 23rd Annual Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Cure-A-Thon here.
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