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KFI AM 640'S PASTATHON BREAKS RECORDS

Los Angeles iHeartMedia station KFI AM 640 has beaten its own record, raising more than $770k and collecting 75,980 pounds of pasta and pasta sauce to help feed local children in need via its 10th annual on-air fundraising event, KFI PastaThon.

Benefiting the charitable organization Caterina’s Club, which feeds more than 25k people weekly in 30+ cities across Southern California, KFI PastaThon 2020 saw on-air personalities Bill Handel, Jennifer Jones Lee, Gary Hoffmann, Shannon Farren, John Kobylt, Ken Chiampou and Tim Conway Jr. lend a holiday helping hand.

“We are in awe of the generosity of our listeners and so grateful for their support of this worthy cause,” said Robin Bertolucci, KFI AM 640 PD. "Over the past 10 years, they've helped us raise more than $3.5m and over 586,000 pounds of pasta and pasta sauce in support of Chef Bruno Serato and his outstanding organization, Caterina's Club, as they feed thousands of children in Southern California and help end the cycle of poverty." 

Founded by Serato in 2005, Caterina’s Club has served 5m+ meals to those in need. Smart & Final grocery stores and Barilla Food Company partnered on this year's blowout KFI PastaThon. 

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