PHILADELPHIA (WTXF) - On Thursday, the entire Good Day team came together — stationed in four different areas across the Delaware Valley — to raise money for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Good Day named the initiative "Holley's Helpers" after FOX 29's Texas-native, Alex Holley. The cause is near and dear to this Good Day Philadelphia co-host, and as co-host Mike Jerrick put it, "We're all Alex's army today."
The fundraiser, held in partnership with the Red Cross, was broadcast live during Good Day Philadelphia at 69th Steet Station in Upper Darby, the Hollywood Grill in Wilmington, Woodcrest Station in Cherry Hill and at the station's home base at 4th and Market Street.
Turnout was overwhelming for all involved, particularly FOX 29's Alex Holley. The Good Day team, and the entire FOX 29 family, is thankful to everyone who donated to our Harvey relief effort. Your generosity helped us raise $22,825 in just three hours!
If you'd like to donate, but missed Holley's Helpers, fear not. Information on how to donate, and to where, can be found here: