PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Today is the day!

KDKA-TV is thrilled once again to take part in the KDKA-UPMC Children’s Hospital Free Care Fund Benefit Show.

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It all goes down Thursday. Here’s the lineup:

The telethon runs from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Anyone can call in their donations at 412-692-8900.

During our newscasts from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. today, Ken Rice will provide live updates from our studio during every segment. You can watch this coverage on KDKA-TV, or, if you’re not near a television, you can watch on CBSN Pittsburgh on KDKA.com or the free CBS Pittsburgh app.

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From 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., Ken and KDKA legend Lynne Hayes-Freeland will be live in our studio as we dedicate the full hour to the telethon. Again, you can watch on KDKA-TV, or on CBSN Pittsburgh.

Over the past 131 years, the Free Care Fund has helped countless children and their families. And in the nearly 70 years that KDKA-TV has been a part of this worthwhile cause, we have helped raise close to $70 million for the fund.

While Thursday is a big day for us at KDKA, anyone can make a donation anytime by clicking here.

This Year’s Stories:

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Also, back in the summer, KDKA-TV’s “Pittsburgh Today Live” show partnered with UPMC Children’s Hospital for a “Christmas In July” benefit. Here are some of the stories from that day: