2007 Archive


Mary Lou BarterShe Has Wings
Going through treatment for breast cancer gave Mary Lou Barter the inspiration to help others. Now the Charleston Breast Center provides state-of-the-art detection and treatment with education and compassionate care. More than 8,000 LowCountry women have gotten mammograms, regardless of their ability to pay.
Read more.Hot Wings
Watch to find out what makes WINGS unique.
Ever dreamt of flying through the air with the greatest of ease? This YouTube video is probably the closest that most of us will come to that amazing sensation of soaring without benefit of wings.
Watch the video
Jordan-Lamontmeet jordan
Jordan-Lamont is a 4th grade boy in the Ravens nest. He says his best WINGS memory since he started attending in kindergarten was when the whole nest turned its WINGSLeader into a human burrito! Jordan-Lamont loves to play rolling Dodgeball, which offers practice in handling disappointment when kids are eliminated. He says WINGS taught him to count to five when he’s feeling frustrated or disappointed, and that helps him calm down when things go wrong.
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-Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence
Give Wings
Give yourself the gift of knowing that you helped a child succeed instead of becoming another sad statistic. Make a commitment to fund a scholarship for a year’s worth of social and emotional learning.
Donate a scholarship

Some of our supporters like to trade an ordinary pleasure or treat in return for a WINGS donation called Give It Up! Just by skipping a manicure a month, you can pay for six months worth of art supplies. Trading a brown bag for one lunch a month will fund a whole week of WINGS for one lucky boy or girl.
Give it up

This e-newsletter was produced in-kind to WINGS for kids, Inc. by Rawle-Murdy.

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