K-Hawk is giving you another exclusive opportunity. Help out sick children here in eastern Iowa for the chance at a guitar autographed by Toby Keith.

Toby Keith is bringing his Country Comes to Town Tour to Xtream Arena in Coralville Thursday night, October 14. It's the first-ever concert at the new Coralville arena and  Toby is autographing a guitar to help raise money for the kids... and it could be yours!

The guitar will be given to someone who makes a donation to the Children's Miracle Network to help kids and families at the University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital in Iowa City. Every summer, we work with CMN for our annual KHAK Radiothon. We've been doing it for nearly three decades and this Toby Keith autographed guitar is just another way for you to help out those kids who need it so much.

Here's How to Donate and Get Entered to Win:

We are suggesting a $5 minimum donation, but feel free to donate more. It will definitely be appreciated, not just by the kids, but the families as well. One entry per donation. You can make your donation by clicking the button above or by going HERE. You have until noon Friday, October 15, to donate online. We'll also be taking donations in-person, prior to Thursday night's concert.

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