DHS National Honor Society visits McLeod Children’s Hospital

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Eleven members of the Darlington High School National Honor Society visited McLeod Children’s Hospital on March to see first hand the benefits of their fundraising efforts. Throughout the month of January, the students sold hot cocoa in their schools for the pediatric patients of McLeod Children’s Hospital and raised $323.63 in total. During their visit, the students also spent time with a few patients, giving each of them a teddy bear.

In addition to raising money for McLeod Children’s Hospital, the students also sold bracelets and presented the McLeod Foundation with a $107 check for the McLeod Center for Cancer Treatment and Research.

Author: Jana Pye

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