With the help of generous people in our community, the KDKA-TV Turkey Fund has provided Thanksgiving dinners for our neighbors in need for 34 years!
In an effort to help even more people this year, KDKA-TV has started a social media challenged called #YEARBOOKCHALLENGE.READ MORE: Allegheny Co. Executive Rich Fitzgerald Says Amazon Air Is First-Class Deal For Pittsburgh International Airport
Kristine Sorensen, Jennifer Antkowiak and Rick Dayton were the first to participate on “Pittsburgh Today Live.”
Those three have changed their Facebook profile photos to their high school yearbook photo for the next month. Plus, they issued a challenge to three people to change their photo as well, donate $10 to the Turkey Fund, or do both!
If you would like to participate in this social media challenge, here’s an example of what to post on Facebook along with your high school yearbook picture:
“I’m making my high school yearbook photo my profile picture for a month to help raise the awareness of the KDKA-TV Turkey Fund. I nominate (insert three people here) to make their HS yearbook photo their profile picture for at least a week and/or donate $10 to the Turkey Fund at kdka.com/turkeyfund. You’ve got 24 hours to answer this challenge and nominate three people to do the same”
NOTE: Any donation of $50 or more made in a PNC branch will be matched by PNC up to $50,000.CDC Says Vaccinated People Can Go Maskless In Most Places, But Some Businesses Still Require It
Throughout the campaign, we will highlight KDKA-TV’s personalities, local celebrities or other public figures who’ve taken part in the challenge!
Check back often for more clips and photos!
Jennifer Antkowiak, Rick Dayton & Ron Smiley:
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