Carolinas Hospital Auxiliary donates to cancer relief
FLORENCE, S.C. -- The Volunteer Auxiliary at Carolinas Hospital System donated $3,000 to the Cancer Relief Fund at its annual Volunteer Christmas luncheon. Auxiliary members have donated to the Cancer Relief Fund for the last three years.
The Cancer Relief Fund is a non-profit organization formed exclusively for charitable, scientific, and educational purposes. It was established to promote education related to oncological health issues and improve healthcare for those living with cancer. All donations are used to benefit patients and their families in the Pee Dee Region.
The Carolinas Hospital System Volunteer Auxiliary is a non-profit organization, comprised of more than 50 volunteers who raise funds through special sales and other efforts. Donations include scholarships for students pursuing healthcare careers at Francis Marion University and Florence Darlington Technical College. Funds are also used to support the Manna House, Mercy Medicine and House of Hope.
Carolinas Hospital System volunteers support hospital operations by donating their time and talents to the day-to-day operations of the hospital.