More than $400K raised for charities during Mitch Albom S.A.Y. Detroit Radiothon

Published On: Nov 26 2012 06:37:03 AM EST
Updated On: Nov 28 2012 12:08:29 PM EST
Rhonda and Babcock
DETROIT -

More than $400,000 was raised Tuesday during an all-day event with Local 4 and Mitch Albom.

The S.A.Y. Detroit Radiothon was held from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. at Somerset Collection in Troy.

Albom and Local 4 were live the whole time to raise funds for Detroit's neediest community members.

There was a superstar lineup of sports and celebrity guests. Plus, some very special local families were given new homes for the holidays through the Working Homes, Working Families organization.

How to help

Donations are still being collected. Call 866-992-GIVE. Or, click on SAYDetroit.org.

Charities who will benefit

  • S.A.Y Detroit Family health clinic
  • A Hole in the Roof Foundation
  • College for Creative Studies
  • Working Homes, Working Families
  • A Time to Help

Guest line up

Here are just *some* of the names who were there.

bernie with Mitch

Tony Bennett

Barry Sanders

Mike Lupica

Debbie Stabenow

Hugh Jackman

Kid Rock

Carl Levin

Lyle Lovett

Tom Izzo

Mike Babcock

John Pizzarelli

Lloyd Carr

Bernie Smilovitz

Nik Lidstrom

Brady Hoke

Ted Nugent

Blaine Fowler

Stephen King

Jim Vella

Devin Scillian

Carmen Harlan

Pavel Datsyuk

Ed Kelly

Dr. Phil

Bob Costas

Kevin Smith

Matthew Stafford

Jim Leyland

Catherine O'Hara

Kyle Vanden Bosch

Greg Monroe

Hank Azaria

Martin Landau

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