On May 24, 2006, Jerry Sandusky appeared on Penn State Public Broadcasting’s WPSU-TV to talk about the children’s charity he founded in 1977 called The Second Mile.
(2006 PSU video: “touching more and more kids” is “bottom line”)
During a 15-minute interview on WPSU’s Pennsylvania Inside and Out program Sandusky updated the programs and scope of the charity that led him to end his 35-year career as a Penn State player and coach in 2000.
Sandusky’s comments included the following:
“We’ve had a very good year fundraising and we continue to grow programs and reach out and touch more and more kids which is the bottom line and most important thing.”
“… It’s a statewide organization now. We have nine different programs, we have three offices and seven chapters around the state.
“We reach out and touch, through these nine programs, well over 100,000 children.”
The SbB-edited video includes three minutes of excerpts from Sandusky’s appearance on the Penn State Public Broadcasting Station.