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 Frank Boulineau, Boulineau’s owner. “Together, our staff and our customers helped to make this campaign a great success.”
All of the funds raised will directly benefit children treated at McLeod Loris and McLeod Seacoast which are a part of McLeod Children’s Hospital. These donations will help provide specialized programs and services needed in the treatment of children.
Boulineau’s, located in Cherry Grove, SC, is a family owned and operated IGA grocery store that opened in 1948. The 80,000 sq. ft. store features shopping on two floors and offers many specialty departments. Boulineau’s continues to be one of the country’s most unique grocery stores, complete with a food court and cafeteria. Boulineau’s has over 225 employees and provides service to both local and tourism customers along the Grand Strand. For more information, visit www.boulineaus.com.
McLeod Children’s Hospital – McLeod Children’s Hospital provides the highest level of pediatric care and technology available in the region to children living in Northeastern South Carolina and Southeastern North Carolina. Each year, more than 22,000 children receive care from McLeod Children’s Hospital either as an inpatient, outpatient or rehabilitation patient.
Nearly 100 beds at McLeod are dedicated to serving the needs of children, including those in the Children’s Hospital, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), and Day Hospital. McLeod also offers the services of a specially designated Children’s Hospital Ambulance to transport children and newborns from community hospitals throughout the region to the high-tech, lifesaving specialists at the Children’s Hospital.