1110 13th Street, Port Royal, SC 29935
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Friends of Caroline provides quality-of-life care that offers hope and encouragement to those nearing the end-of-life’s journey and support for their family, friends and the community

See our Hospice Services, check out Volunteer info and Donate, if you’re feeling generous! Contact us directly at 843-525-6257
Did you know FRIENDS of Caroline Hospice was the first non-profit hospice organization founded in Beaufort County? Learn more about our history, find out our mission, meet the team and get to know us better.


FRIENDS of Caroline Hospice is located in beautiful downtown Port Royal in Beaufort County, providing support whenever you need us, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Phone: 843-525-6257 Address: 1110 13th Street, Port Royal, SC 29935   Office hours: Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm


Friends of Caroline Hospice Blog

Stay up to date with Community Events & News, Volunteer Announcements, Red Door Thrift Shop Donations, Employee Appreciation and important information.   

Links We Like – on volunteerism

Links We Like is a weekly round-up of thoughtful stories, useful articles, and helpful resources from the web.


Friends began as a volunteer organization; 36 years later, volunteers remain a vital part of our team. This week, learn more about Friends’ volunteer opportunities, and how volunteering can help your career.

The Seattle Times examines how “volunteers are the life force of our communities” in an excellent article on volunteerism.

Meet Morrie, a hospice patient AND volunteer, and Mary, a 25 year hospice volunteer.

Wednesday Inspiration

         Because sometimes the words are just right, and when you need them the most.

Wed Inspiration

Camp Caroline returns October 22nd, 2016


FRIENDS of Caroline will host Camp Caroline on Saturday, October 22nd, 2016 on Dataw Island! Staffed by FRIENDS of Caroline and trained child bereavement grief support facilitators, Camp Caroline, a bereavement camp for children in first through twelfth grades, is designed to provide a safe, compassionate environment where students whom have lost a loved one can learn to live without their loved one. Students learn how to share their grief experience with each other, to recognize the support systems around them and to positively cope with their grief emotions.

Camp registration is now open. Applications should be postmarked by Monday, September 19th.

Camp Caroline Registration Application

Applications will also be available through your student’s school guidance counselor or social worker. For more information, please call Steve or Cristin at 843-525-6257.