Wanda’s child was born prematurely at three pounds, two ounces. Mother and child spent two months at the MUSC Children’s Hospital (and Ronald McDonald House). Upon returning home, with a battery-operated oxygen bag and a mobile heart monitor, Wanda discovered that her electricity was being disconnected. Unable to charge the child’s medical equipment without electricity, and no funds to pay the bill, Wanda needed help fast. BSH stepped in to pledge payment on her electric bill and avoid a disconnect.
Bluffton Self Help provides a broad range of human services for poor working families, the disabled, sick and elderly. Donations FROM our community fund services TO our community.
To donate to Bluffton Self Help’s fundraising campaign, which supports the organization’s charitable activities, mail contributions to BSH, PO Box 2420, Bluffton, SC 29910, or drop by 1264 May River Road in Bluffton.