United Way Executive Director Jason Duren was joined by Helping Hands on the Oldies 101.3 Morning Show


The United Way of Southeast Arkansas has started a new program and it’s hitting the ground running by bringing back the annual cereal drive spearheaded for many years by the late Wanda Bateman.

The program is called Helping Hands and on Wednesday, Barbara Goodwin and Jeanette Lightfoot, the co-directors of Helping Hands joined United Way Executive Director Jason Duren on the Oldies 1013 Morning Show.

Goodwin said the organization is just now getting set up and she talked about the cereal drive.

Morning Show Host Greg Horne asked where the cereal is going to go and Goodwin said it will go to food pantry’s in Pine Bluff and White Hall.

Duren then said this.

He also explained how donating money can make a difference.