Francine ran into trouble with her prescription medicine due to Hurricane Matthew.
When she evacuated, she brought several vials of insulin with her but didn’t expect to be gone for such a long time.
Upon returning home, Francine learned the power had been out for six days, which made the rest of her refrigerated insulin useless. Her doctor provided a new prescription, but Francine didn’t have the money to pay for it.
Deep Well sent a check to the pharmacy.
Deep Well provides a broad range of social services for poor working families, the disabled, the sick and the elderly.
▪ Neighbors of Hearthwood Drive and Calibogue Club: $192
▪ William and Susan Bell: $500
▪ Anne-Marie Boman: $100
▪ In Honor of Kimberly Slovensky and her family: $20
▪ John and Carole Crankshaw: $50
▪ Carolyn Engle: $1,500
▪ Gene and Susan Grubb: $100
▪ Robert and Helen Hansen: $50
▪ William Hinds and Helen Johnson: $500
▪ Cynthia Kellogg: $100
▪ Erma and Robert Lenz: $100
▪ Janet and Ross McEacharn: $200
▪ William McKinnery: $200
▪ Richard Poling: $100
▪ Tarrant and Mary Ann Putnam: $50
▪ Karen Reuter: $100
▪ Karen Roberts: $200
▪ Bernard and Loretta Russ: $100
▪ Theodore and Caryn Snydal: $200
▪ Spring Island: $1,100
▪ William and Shanna Sullivan: $500
▪ Diane and William Tuthill Jr.: $2,000
▪ In Memory of Barbara Ann Vezeau: $100
▪ John Vogt: $500
▪ Kathryn Wall: $150
▪ Robin Yacovetta: $100
Total to date: $8,812
Those who wish to participate in the Empty Well fundraising campaign, which supports Deep Well’s operations, can mail contributions to The Deep Well Project, P.O. Box 5543, Hilton Head Island, SC 29938; drop them off at 80 Capital Drive; or go to deepwellproject.org.