Stories of Carolina Kindness to Get Your Through the Week!

Have a story to share with us?  Email us at 

We’ve partnered with the Maguire Law Firm to bring you Carolina Kindness stories each Wednesday.   Have a story to share with us?  Email us at 

This week’s stories are:

A dog’s journey from Myrtle Beach to California.  WFXB received a report from Kind Keeper Animal Hospital.  Leanne Dornseif that a dog that has been at their shelter for 8 months, Emila, has been adopted.  “We never thought it would take her so long to find a home! In the 8 months that she was here she never even had a visitor until Tim (her adopter) finally came and visited her.”  Tim lives in California.  Now there will be a cross country road trip to get her there. Donations are being collected for the trip. You can follow the journey on Facebook and donate to the cause and in helping others like Emila find a forever home.

A Day of Hope.  A local organization helps hundreds of kids get back to school with supplies and health checkups.  Thank to a neighborhood coming together there have been: (just to name a few)
150 Dental Screenings
120 Vision Screenings
258 Pair of Shoes distributed
230 Ident-A-Kid Coupons given out
155 Blood Pressure Screenings
385 Hot Dog Lunches Provided
285 Household Bags filled with supplies were distributed
269 Backpacks given
34 Hair cuts
300 tattoos were given out by BACA (Bikers Against Child Abuse)
269 Children registered from 106 Households
44 Pair of Shoes donated to Fostering Hope in Conway (and I received a thank you card saying that the sizes were again, EXACTLY what they needed!)
130+ Volunteers Serving

A cool social media shoutout.  This Facebook post from Chesterfield County post caught our attention for saying thank you to an employee who was working over to get the job done.

Florence Fellows in Education Partnership.  Florence community members and business leaders are giving their time to become more vested in the community by getting a first hand look at day to day school operations.   In its seventh year, the Fellows in Education program gives business and community leaders a unique behind-the-scenes look into Florence One Schools.  It’s a partnership with The School foundation, Chamber of Commerce, and the schools.   The program is designed to give its members a close look at day-to-day school operations so they might become ambassadors in their communities, sharing firsthand knowledge of what’s going on in the education system.