Blessings Often Arrive in an Uncommon Way

Larry and Lillian Burns are extremely grateful as they have recently experienced some uncommon and unexpected blessings.

Larry who is 60 years old has spent his entire life in Bennettsville, SC. He has always worked long, hard hours for a sand and gravel company and enjoyed fishing in his spare time. Last year, however, he lost his job and his health insurance benefits.

As fate would have it, this summer as Larry was driving his car, he blacked out and woke up with his car wre...

To live, to love, to laugh.

These words seem to sum up Jill Lewis' life of joyously helping others. And, our community has benefitted from her many years of energetic and dedicated service. Jill currently serves on ten boards and spends countless hours to improve the lives of people she may never know.

With such a broad exposure to the needs of our community, Jill shares that you need to pick your causes. McLeod Health Foundation has always been at the forefront of Jill's gifts of time and treasure.


Boulineau's Donation Benefits McLeod Loris Seacoast Pediatric Rehabilitation Program

Boulineau’s IGA recently completed its Children’s Miracle Network Summer Balloon Campaign benefiting McLeod Children’s Hospital. During the four-week campaign, $3,163.93 was donated by staff and customers. The funds raised will benefit McLeod Loris Seacoast Pediatric Rehabilitation.

“Boulineau’s believes in giving back to our local community and supporting needed medical services for children in Horry County,” said F...

McLeod Mobile Mammography Unit Screens 10,000th Patient

For more than five years, the McLeod Mobile Mammography Unit has made a significant impact on the lives of women across Northeastern South Carolina, detecting a total of 42 cases of breast cancer in more than eleven counties throughout the region.

On October 1, 2013, Tricia Quarles became the 10,000th patient to receive a mammogram on the McLeod Mobile Mammography Unit during a visit to McLeod Family Medicine Timmonsville.

"This was my first visit to the unit, and I h...

Living to Give

For more than 45 years, Tommy Graham has faithfully used his talents of singing and playing the trumpet to minister to people throughout the world. And for the next few moments, you will hear his incredible journey of living to give.

In November of 2010, doctors discovered that Tommy Graham had a cancerous tumor on his right kidney. The kidney was removed, and he was cancer free. Until July 17, 2012, that is, when doctors diagnosed Tommy with Stage IV Renal Carcinoma, or kidney cancer...

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