Callywood Media presents the 4nd annual 24-hour telethon live on July 7, 2022, starting at 7 am Los Angeles Time. This Facebook live features music, interviews, and fun while endeavoring to raise money to help the homeless and highlight black-owned businesses. Independent Artists, Entrepreneurs, and Celebrity.

When Cosandra Calloway, founder of Callywood Media (aka DJ Callywood) was asked about the genesis of this event she says: ” I hosted a 24 Hour Facebook Live a few years ago, and raised $500.00 and was able to help several homeless people. Over the last 2 years during the #2020blackouttelethon for raised $2,323.00 which helped,  giveaway over 3,500 coronavirus boxes full of essentials and food, needed while living on the street. “I wanted to revisit this again hoping to raise more funds seeing Coronavirus is still negatively affecting a lot of homeless people.

This Facebook Live is an opportunity to raise money and awareness about the challenges that the homeless face while promoting black-owned businesses.

Hello family and friends it’s about that time again, and The Cosandra Calloway will host the 4th annual 24-hour telethon on July 7th, 2022.

Here’s a look at just some of the guests on this year’s lineup in order of show appearance.

Callywood Media is a platform that Feeds The Streets through multiple programs centered around Hollywood, Music, and Celebrities. The flag ship program of Callywood Media is the Cosandra Calloway Show, where viewers are entertained as they connect with celebs old and new, discussing hot topics, hearing great music from existing and up coming talent, while supporting small business owners.  Other shows and events are in development and will be launched in strategic partnerships to continue to connect the business community, the general public, and music fans to fight poverty and homelessness nationwide.

Miss Black Teen New York

Cosandra Calloway began her media career when she was crowned the winner of the Ms. Black Teen New York Pageant. She was inspired to work for Radio City Music Hall as the Press Contact for Liberace for 16 days as she was a student at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. It was here that she discovered college radio. Her first celebrity interviews on college radio WJJC were: with Rev. Jesse Jackson; Debbi Morgan and Darnel Williams stars of All My Children; Susan Taylor, Editor-in-Chief of Essence Magazine; and Suzette Charles who took over for Miss America after Vanessa Williams resigned in.  Shortly after this time Cosandra Calloway began work as the General Manager booking talent at New York’s first and most popular hip hop club called The Latin Quarter. It is at this historical club that she booked hip hop icons such as Will Smith’s first show; Boogie Down Productions; Dana Dane; Hosted Bobby Brown’s 16th Birthday Party; and produced, hosted, and directed the first ever official Latin Quarter Hip Hop Awards to name a few. Cosandra Calloway continued to stay involved and impactful in the entertainment industry as an agent and artist manager as she worked with Today, The Boys, The Braxtons, and Gerard and the Gents to name a few. Then she went on to be the executive assistant and tour manager for Toni Braxton. She also served as General Manager at Red Eye Records.  This pivotal time coupled with an early desire to help those in need laid the foundation for her to launch Feed The Streets.  Her radio show Callywood Live garnered over 4 Million listeners with shows jam-packed with, celebrity gossip, interviews and more. She has interviewed, Regina King, Barbara Eden, Hallie Berry, Laila Ali, Kris Jenner,  Jermaine Jackson, Vivica A. Fox, Queen Latifah, Holly Robinson-Peete, and a host of others. The success of Callywood live gave her the opportunity to take her unique interviewing style to the red carpets of Hollywood.  Now since she has the memorabilia and new platform of Callywood Media she is the executive director of Feed The Streets, The Hostesses with the Mostest, bringing you the most amazing Calliosity, as you help her to Feed The Streets.

Here at Feed The Streets we know that sometimes all it takes to change the world is a little support. Since our founding in 2000, we have been determined to make an impact. The core of our efforts is to bring our team’s fresh ideas and passion for the range of activities we’re involved in. Through all of our endeavors, we hope to display the conviction behind our beliefs to make homeless people feel whole again.

Cosandra CallowayFounder of Feed The Streets

Use me, God. Show me how to take who I am, who I want to be, and what I can do, and use it for a purpose greater than myself.

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Civil Rights Activist

Every little bit helps the greater good of the world.

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