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
Sea Haven Director of Operations Melinda Lautzenhiser receives a $2000 donation from Kiwanian Angela Victoria. 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 services, and aftercare. Its mission… Continue reading Sea Haven Receives donation from Kiwanis Club Myrtle Beach
Fostering Hope Founder Tabby Shelton receives a $2000 donation from Kiwanian Johnny Fryar. 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 situations have nothing more than… Continue reading Fostering Hope Donation
The Club was busy over Christmas. Chris Williams, Executive Director, Waccamaw Youth Center, receives some much-needed holiday goodies from Kiwanian Gary Weimer. The Family Justice Center received some holiday presents from Kiwanis: toys, clothing, bedding and other items.
Waccamaw Youth Center Executive Director Chris Williams receives a $1000 donation from Kiwanian Gladys Allen. The Waccamaw Youth Center is a private, non-profit agency committed to providing comprehensive residential services for up to 20 abused, abandoned, and grossly neglected youth, ages 10-21. It is the first and only low management group home in Horry County.