Each weeknight Delilah takes your requests, dedications, your messages of love, inspiration, hardships, and a “Delilah’s Dilemma” or two, on the Lite At Nite, here in New York City. This is a safe place to land at the end of the day, where the music does the talking for you. Whether you're seeking friendship, love, forgiveness or just a place to relax and unwind, Delilah is here to smooth off the rough edges of your day, and add a note of peace and serenity to your evenings.
Tonight, please visit 1067litefm.com, keyword: ‘Delilah’ for more information, great photos, and e-mail our show with your stories of hope and inspiration, by contacting Delilah's producer David directly at David@delilah.com. He’ll be sure to get your messages to Delilah to share via the airwaves, all night long!
Last November I stopped by the big Macy's Parade Balloon Inflation on the Upper West Side, by the Museum of Natural History!
I got to share an intimate evening with some very sweet Lite FM Listeners.
We shared stories, shared some good food and got to know eachother.
I joined Helen Little at Wollman Rink for "Skating In Central Park."
What a great day, and such wonderful Winter Scene in NewYork!
Keep warm everyone!
When disaster strikes, it’s hard to know what to do to help when you don’t live in the affected area. You want to help, but you live too far away, or you live near enough but don’t want to be in the way. You don’t know what’s needed and you feel helpless -- but there is something you can do. Here are some good ways to help when you’re not sure the best way to do so:
Make a donation online. There are some great organizations that know exactly what items are needed in times like these, but they need the support of the community to keep those items stocked for disaster relief. The Salvation Army makes it easy to donate online or simply by text message.
Gather a community donation. Have a garage sale, host a school or church bake sale, organize a fundraiser or donation collection site. Remember, every little bit helps in times of tragedy.
Donate blood. Even if your blood doesn’t reach the victims of this particular tragedy, it will undoubtedly be used to help someone in a time of great need. Help stock the blood bank for future emergencies.
Get online and network. Get on Facebook or Twitter and join groups to watch what people are talking about and find out what their needs are after a particular disaster.
Get yourself ready in advance. I’ve said before you need to be prepared for whatever disaster your region could see. When we’re all better prepared to take on a disaster, we’re better prepared to help others in our community.
Keep praying. Things don’t just go back to normal a few days after a tragedy. People are dealing with loss of property and life, injury and emotional trauma. The healing and rebuilding will take a while, so continue to lift up those prayers!
If you have more good tips to share or if you want to pour out your heart and love to the people who were affected by the tornadoes, email me at LiteAtNite@1067litefm.com today.
With Love ... Delilah <3
The Red Cross is here to help the people who were in the path of some of the most deadliest Tornado's we've seen... and you can help.
If you are NOT Driving Right Now.... TEXT THE WORD: "REDCROSS" to 90999 -- and $10 will be donated to the Red Cross to help immediately. (Standard text messaging rates and fee's apply.)
Also click on the "Red Cross" image above, to be taken directy to the Red Cross website, for more ways on how you can help, NOW.