Publix raises money for Augusta children’s hospital
Area Publix stores raised $13,204 for the Children’s Hospital of Georgia through an annual Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in-store fundraiser.
Money generated from the campaign will help fund equipment and technology upgrades at the children’s hospital, which cares for about 70,000 children each year.
It is the 22nd year that Publix associates and customers have raised money through Miracle Balloons at the register.
“As a not-for-profit hospital, we rely on the generosity of donors and supporters like Publix. Every dollar raised helps us provide unique, specialized pediatric care,” said Catherine Stewart, the Children’s Miracle Network development coordinator at Children’s Hospital of Georgia.
Appliances given to Salvation Army
Mullins Management and Mullins Property donated refrigerators, stoves, dishwashers, washers and dryers to The Salvation Army.
The appliances came from the renovation of 32 apartments in the Brandywine complex and will be sold at local Family Stores.
Augusta attorney helped collect school supplies
Officers and directors of the Young Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Georgia conducted a service project to benefit children served by the Ocmulgee Judicial Circuit Court Appointed Special Advocate program.
John R.B. “Jack” Long of John R.B. Long P.C. in Augusta and other leaders presented more than $600 worth of school supplies and cash donations as a result of the project.