The Halo Award was presented to more than two dozen North Carolina residents who have donated their time, talents or money to the non-profit medical clinic.
In November, Beverly raised $1250 on behalf of CAARE, Inc., by hosting a Throwback to the 60s Fundraising Party. Modern Woodmen of America matched her fundraising efforts, bringing the total raised to $2500. She says she was inspired to do something to help the clinic because of their mission and purpose. “When I heard about CAARE’s Homeless Military Dormitory Project, I felt compelled to try to do something to help. Initially, I was going to have a social media networking party but after learning about Dr. Sharon Elliott-Bynum’
Beverly adds she loves the fact that the clinic offers medical care to people without health insurance. “The clinic does not discriminate,”
CAARE, Inc. has been operating as a medical clinic since 1996.
About Beverly Mahone
Beverly Mahone is a veteran journalist, best-selling author, radio and television talk show host and motivational speaker who primarily writes and speaks about issues affecting middle-aged women. As a baby boomer entrepreneur, Beverly teaches others how to self-promote and market themselves using radio, television and various forms of social media. She currently hosts a radio and TV show called The Boomer Beat. She is also the author of the best-selling books, Whatever! A Baby Boomer’s Journey Into Middle Age, and How to Get on the News Without Committing Murder. To learn more, visit her website: http://www.beverlymahone.com