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.
Bands, Brews, and BBQ will be held February 22nd and 23rd at The Port of Port Royal. To sign up as a cook team, sponsor or purchase tickets, please click here
We are excited to announce the Kids Que Barbeque Competition this year! If you are between the ages of 6-15 and feel you have the secret recipe to be crowned, then this is for you!
“Like many, my first experience with hospice was long ago, and far away. My last experience was recent, and up close. When there was no longer the hope of long life, The Friends of Caroline brought us the reality of quality of life. They were there for my family and me, supporting and helping us in ways we didn’t even realize we needed – but that we’ll never forget, and always be thankful for.”
-Laurence Koolkin, Beaufort, SC – whose wife Lainie Andrew died peacefully at home, surrounded by family, after 4 months of superb palliative care.
“Prior to Ken’s diagnosis, we always looked forward to The Festival of Trees. As a part of the Beaufort community, we felt that Friends of Caroline Hospice must be an organization worth supporting…but I know, now, that until you need them, you never truly understand what it’s all about. Angels. It’s about angels…”
Jenny Bush, Beaufort, SC
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 complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. For more information: Nondiscrimination and Accessibility Requirements.