We are grateful for the support that you and all of our other customers give to Bailey's Comfort Services. Support is a two-way street and we like to 'give back' to the community. "Bailey's Comfort Cares" is a way for you to help your favorite organization by means of a friendly competition between the supporters of three local community groups. Bailey's Comfort Services will donate to each organization based on what place they come in at the end of Thursday, April 25, 2019.
Voting: 1 vote per day per person.
Votes with unverified emails will not be counted.
One person cannot vote for other people. Play fair. It's okay if one person votes for family members, but not for multiple people (this is tracked and votes will be disregarded if this is done.)
Hunting For The Cure
Hunting For The Cure is a faith based non-profit organization created in 2012 with the vision of sharing the great outdoors and nature's majestic grace with children fighting cancer or in remission. It has been said that being in the woods or on the water there is a calmness which comes from within.
We believe when a child is diagnosed, metaphorically speaking the family is diagnosed. It is a Family's Fight! Thus, all Hunting For The Cure events are family oriented, parents, brothers and sisters are invited to participate.
A child fighting cancer may feel alienated or isolated by their peers but here at Hunting For The Cure they trade their hospital gowns for camo and quickly realize they are not alone.
Veterans K9 Solutions, Inc. is an organization bringing canine and veterans together with the simple goal; rehabilitate a canine to rehabilitate a veteran. Today, there are more and more veterans in need of help from emotional to physical disabilities. These veterans can range from any age and can be of any gender. Additionally, there are more than hundreds of dogs in shelters waiting and hoping for the chance to be rescued. The unique concept of Veterans K9 Solutions, Inc. is by saving a shelter dog you can save a veteran. Saving a shelter dog and rehabilitating them provides them with a purpose, gives life back to them and enables them to provide an emotional and physical bond with the veteran in need. Our love for dogs and gratitude towards those whom served makes our goal simple;
"Giving back to those in need by saving two lives at a time".
The Lydia Project provides free services to women and girls anywhere facing any type of cancer. This support includes ongoing correspondence and encouragement every month for at least twelve months.
Locally, Lydia grants funds for rent, utility, medical supplies, and prescription assistance to women who are unable to afford these basic expenses while undergoing cancer treatment and who reside in Georgia's Burke, Columbia, McDuffie and Richmond Counties; and South Carolina's Aiken and Edgefield Counties.