Carol's Hope for Childhood Cancer

Members of the Auxilary. (Bob Montgomery / Spartanburg Herald Journal)

A Big Thank You again to the Mary Black Auxillary!

The Mary Black Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, established in 1968, disbanded shortly before its 55th anniversary, closing its campus gift shop following Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System’s decision. The auxiliary, affected by the hospital’s sale to Spartanburg Regional in 2018, decided to donate their remaining funds, totaling $245,000, to various local...

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Carol’s Hope For Childhood Cancer Opens Easley Location

From our friends at WYFF: EASLEY, S.C. — For families with children who have cancer, a simple gift can go a long way. An organization that helps families like these is expanding in the Upstate. Carol’s Hope Thrift Store opened its third store in Easley. There are two others in...

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Thank You Boiling Springs Business Association!

From Boiling Springs Living: Carol Moeller was named 2020 Citizen of the Year for fulfilling her mission to support families facing childhood cancer through Carol’s Hope Thrift Store. Sales from the stores in Boiling Springs and Spartanburg help families with expenses related to scheduled cancer treatments that often require out-of-town...

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Thrift Stores Give Hope to Families Battling Cancer

From Our Friends at Boiling Springs Living: Carol and her husband Jack had moved to South Carolina from Indiana for his job. She was working full-time for a company when she began raising money through various fundraisers, poker runs, auctions and the like to support her new nonprofit Carol’s Hope...

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