Surfside BNI Cares

$1,625 of $2,500 goal
65% Complete

  Jun 05 2021


On Saturday June 5th, 2021, during any time of the day that is convenient, you, your friends, your family, your colleagues, your employees, can run, ride,  jump,  swim,  hop in place,  or just  "shake it where you're at!"  All to benefit two very worth while organizations. 

Want to join BNI Surfside Cares in making a difference?  We're raising money to benefit Meals on Wheels of Horry County as our service charity; and the Diabetes Research Institute foundation as our health charity. Any donation will help make an impact. Thanks in advance for your contribution to this cause that means so much to the BNI Surfside Beach Organization.

Both of our Charities are registered nonprofit 501(c)3 organizations.  To make it easier, all donations will be collected by Meals on Wheels, who will then issue a check to the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation when the event is over. BNI is the world's largest business networking and referral organization. Its culture built upon the philosophy of Givers Gain® is unique. This is a culture of caring about giving business, professional development and building consistent, proactive and reciprocal business relationships.  Within our group are these two very worthwhile charities.  

Meals  on Wheels of Horry County

Meals on Wheels of Horry County, Inc. provides home delivered meals to home bound individuals with no reliable means of getting groceries or safely preparing meals, regardless of ability to pay. Together, partnered with multiple other ministries and non-profits in the area, we make it our focus to meet the needs of all we meet. 

Diabetes Research Institute Foundation 

At the Diabetes Research Institute and Foundation, our mission is clear – we want to cure diabetes now. How serious are we about fulfilling that goal? Perhaps one of our longtime board members put it best: “We want to turn off the lights.”Simply put, we aim to put ourselves out of business by curing this devastating disease. 

Posted by Thomas Karlya