Peace Fund Radio looks to highlight children’s issues

Peace Fund Radio

Peace Fund Radio is a weekly radio show and is the brain-child of actor Adrian Paul. Paul, who founded the PEACE Fund in 1997, to “Protect, Educate, and Aid Children Everywhere.”, hosts the show with popular Los Angeles talk radio personality, Ethan Dettenmaier (Combat Radio).

Peace Fund Radio began airing in December 2012 with an hour show and then in November 2016 launched its new 2-hour format.  The show now has over two million listeners a month, and growing. As the show grows fast it showcases many worthwhile causes to its loyal listeners. Peace Fund Radio goes where it matters, from the charities working hard on the ground to the celebrities, whose schedules are as crazy as Adrian’s.

The show gives heartfelt insights into the issues facing children today. Nothing is off limits, the show has dealt with issues such as homelessness, child cancer, autism, child safety, bullying, slavery, and hunger, to name but a few. These are chiildren’s real life stories, the emotions in the voices are real. These stories are inspiring, the children are the real heroes and the involvement from everyone, the helpers, the charities and the celebrities is passionate.

Actors, singers, politicians, football players and motivational speakers give up their time to tackle subjects that are sometimes shocking, often heart-warming, but always honest and revealing. These celebrities, whose hearts are focused to help children in desperate situations, have so far included the likes of, Luke Goss, Dean Caine, Kevin Sorbo, Amanda Tapping, Kelly Hu, Kimberly Moore, Liel Kolet, Don Stark, Mark Dacascos, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Ray Park, Tim Brown, Erin Gray, Carol Barrowman and Cindy Cowan.

Peace Fund Radio is there to Protect, Educate and Aid our children in times of disaster, in times of need, and any time they need a little hope.

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