"Kiwanians Chuck Hawkins and Jim Turnbull recently represented the club in the Family Justice Center's "Walk in Her Shoes" fundraiser supporting the center's Stop Domestic Violence efforts. Jim and Chuck were able to donate $210 to FJC; their feet were back to normal by the following day."
Hope House of Myrtle Beach President and Co-founder Cookie Goings receives a $1500 donation from Kiwanians Tracy DuRant and Gary Weimer. Hope House exclusively helps Myrtle Beach High School students. Its motto: "Every child deserves a safe and nurturing environment while pursuing a full education…."
This festival features an array of Holiday wreaths displayed on Victorian entranceways of white doors on red frames. These creations are made on wreaths that range from green to flocked white and some even have with lighted accents. The creations vary in decor from traditional to themed. And as in the other Festivals, many wreaths… Continue reading Festival Of Wreaths- Dickens Christmas Show
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
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