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Donate today at this link to help us reach our $30,000 event fundraising goal! We are so close to our goal and you can help by giving and then sharing this information with your network! Thank you to everyone who has donated. Your investment now supports youth’s now and their future during these difficult times we are facing because of COVID-19 and more.
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Renee DiNino, Director of Community Affairs, iHeart Media
Renee DiNino is Director of Community Affairs & On-Air Programming for iHeartMedia in Connecticut, midday host on The River 105.9, and host of an hour-long syndicated talk show on all 9 CT iHeartRadio stations. Community Access features community-minded individuals, organizations, and community leaders—giving a voice to non-profits and groups, helping to generate community buzz, and promoting positivity every Sunday on iHeartCommunities Radio. Follow her weekly syndicated talk show on, The River 105.9, Country 92.5, Kiss 95.7, KC101, 97-9 ESPN Radio, 960 WELI News Talk Radio, News Radio 1410 WPOP Am, The Beat 100.9 & ESPN RADIO 1300. Visit mycommunityaccess.com for more on Community Access Radio. According to current rankers, this show is in an estimated 1.4-1.8 million homes!
In addition, you will see her weekly on WFSB Channel 3’s Better Connecticut with her Better Weekend report & blog.
Renee has received many accolades for her community service and has been awarded numerous Humanitarian Awards. Three awards she’s extremely proud of are: Channel 3 Kids Camp Woman of The Year 2016, Mental Health Advocate of the Year 2016 for the Jordan Porco Foundation & 2017 Unsung Hero & Presidents Award for Special Olympics Connecticut. She serves on multiple boards and committees including; End Hunger CT, Kenway’s Cause, Inc, Operation Fuel, Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation, Komen CT, Special Olympics Connecticut, Autism Speaks, amongst others.
Renee is married to her very handsome husband, Sal and the love of their life, a 100lbs black shep, rescued from the streets of Hartford, Luciano. When not at the station or at one of her many community events, she enjoys cooking, gardening, and playing music.