Woodlands at Furman gives more than $2,500 for Miracle Hill
12/17/2014

The Woodlands at Furman’s Festival of Trees raised more than $2,500 for Miracle Hill Children’s Home this holiday season.

Online PR News – 17-December-2014 – Greenville – GREENVILLE, S.C. – The Woodlands at Furman’s Festival of Trees raised more than $2,500 for Miracle Hill Children’s Home this holiday season.

The gift to the Children’s Home included a check for $2,177.15, which was raised through sponsors of the trees that were shown at the Woodlands this year as well as donations from staff and community members.

The Woodlands community also donated numerous items to the Children’s Home such as pillows, linens and clothing. Miracle Hill Children’s Home was founded in 1958 to care for unwanted, troubled, neglected and abused children who had no place to stay.

“The Woodlands cares about the greater Greenville community,” said Kevin Parker, The Woodlands’ executive director. “Our residents and staff are always looking to help the greater good.”

About The Woodlands at Furman:
The Woodlands at Furman is a premier non-profit continuing care retirement community owned and operated by a local board of directors and managed professionally by Greystone. The 22-acre campus is located on the Swamp Rabbit Trail adjacent to Furman University. It offers all four level of continuing care housing with the added financial assurance of Life Care. Residents enjoy a wide range of amenities - enabling them to continue an active and engaged lifestyle. For more information, please visit www.thewoodlandsatfurman.org.