Community Kitchen of Myrtle Beach Executive Director Deacon Peter Casamato and Kitchen Manager Sean Mazur receive the club's food and kitchen supply donation from Kiwanian Chuck Hawkins. This year, the Kitchen has already fed 75,541 adults and 20,919 children in its Children’s Hunger Initiative Program. During the school year, it provides the children with nutritious after-school snacks and teen dinner… Continue reading Community Kitchen Delivery
Sea Haven Director of Operations Melinda Lautzenhiser and Program Manager Andy Whipple (center) receive a $5200 donation from Kiwanian Johnny Fryar. Sea Haven provides community-based services for runaway and homeless youth, for youth at risk of running away, and for their families by offering temporary emergency shelter, food, clothing, counseling, case management, referrals for appropriate… Continue reading Sea Haven Donation
Fostering Hope Board President Al Stein (center) receives a $2500 donation from Kiwanians Joe Thibodeau and Hajar Newsome. Fostering Hope’s mission is “to improve the overall well being and safety of homeless forgotten youth ages 13-21 by extending a helping hand to those youth whose lives may be in disarray.” It understands that often times children in crisis… Continue reading Fostering Hope Donation
Phoenix Renaissance President Rev. William Gause and Renaissance Secretary Caroline Hemmingway receive a $2900 donation from Kiwanian Anne Myers. Phoenix Renaissance's purpose is to develop, promote and sponsor alternatives to the abuse of drugs and the use of violence, by providing programs for our young community. It believes in both reaching out to children and helping young people achieve… Continue reading Phoenix Renniassance Donation
Kiwanis inductee Hajar Newsome receives her member pin and certificate from sponsoring Kiwanian Arlene Jaskot. Welcome, Hajar. We know you'll have fun in this group, and we look forward to great things from you. It's All About the Kids!