Mix 96.9, Right Toyota and You can make a difference in the valley when you pay it forward to somebody down on their luck, needing a helping hand, something fixed or just a little something extra to make their day brighter.
Let's Do the Right Thing, nominate someone you know that may need a little extra help because Mix 96.9 and Right Toyota have $500 for you to give to them!
Fill out the nomination form below with a very short story on who needs some extra help and why. If your nomination is accepted and verified, we will surprise the nominee with $500 in cash.
Once a week, we'll give someone $500 to Do the Right Thing for somebody, record a video of the gifting and post it on this page.
Do the Right Thing when you pay it forward with Right Toyota and Mix 96.9!
Fill out the online nomination form HERE or mail your Nomination to:
MIX/Do the Right Thing
Attn: Christina Bernardo
4686 E. Van Buren St., Ste 300
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Click Here to Download Contest Rules
Fax to: (602) 374-6024
Mary is an amazing friend of mine, she is about to give birth to her third child while her husband is slowly recovering from a horrific motorcycle accident. He is the sole bread winner for the family and they truly needs this money to help keep finances limping along while her husband recovers. Here is her full story. Mary's husband was returning home from work on his motorcycle, he was wearing a fluorescent road construction vest, and a helmet when someone driving a Nissan x-terra, driving 45 miles an hour struck her husband. He was taken to the hospital where he received emergency surgary, for 7 hours, for deep lacerations in his neck, a severely broken wrist, and a severely broken leg. The neck injury had been much more serious then they had known until they had begun the surgary. Mary found out later that her moments from death in the ER because it had been overlooked by the EMTs, they were not aware of the damage that had occurred to his larynx, and between his air pipe closing and drowning in blood, had it not been for a doctor stopping by to check on a lower priority case and trake-ing him on the spot, he would have been dead. Apparently the full force if the impact was initially to his throat which had been why the surgary had taken so long. With titanium plates, they had to completely rebuild his wind pipe or larynx. Though it is still unclear if he will ever be able to speak again. So far he has had a total of 7 surgeries to help repair some of the damage. The person that hit her husband was not insured and was driving a vehicle covered only 15,000 in liability. Which is equivalent to an ambulance ride. Mary's insurance will cover most of his medical expenses but it does not cover the rehabilitation and physical therapy that he will need. Mary has done so much for others and with the upcoming birth of her third child I believe she truly deserves this little bit of money. Thank you