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Partners In Care to receive funds from Shoreline Realty/Own the Dream Myrtle Beach

Partners In Care, a not-for-profit charitable foundation dedicated to cancer patients, is honored to be named a recipient of funds donated by Shoreline Realty/Own the Dream Myrtle Beach.

“At Shoreline Realty/Own the Dream, we are committed to helping others in the community,” said Val Van Deventer, broker. “We are passionate about helping people both with life’s biggest decisions like buying and selling property, as well as life challenges our neighbors have no control over like cancer.”

Through its Giving Program, Shoreline Realty/Own the Dream Myrtle Beach donates a percentage of proceeds from every home sale on behalf of sellers to Partners In Care, enabling the organization to provide financial assistance to cancer patients in the Myrtle Beach area.

“We are dedicated to helping people focus on beating cancer, rather than worrying about how to pay for treatment,” said Kathy Tolentino, Partners In Care Foundation Director. “We can’t do that without our communities, so we are so grateful for the ongoing support offered by Shoreline Realty/Own the Dream on behalf of their clients.”

About Partners in Care

Partners in Care, founded in 1996, is a not-for-profit charitable foundation dedicated to cancer patients. The foundation helps to provide financial assistance, cancer screenings, support groups for patients as well as additional educational programs. The foundation serves patients in 18 states. Over 8,000 patients have been served since 2007 and over $900k has been provided in financial assistance. The goal of the foundation is to continuously expand to provide support to patients so that they can have one less thing to worry about during their fight against cancer. For more information, call 888-850-1622 or visit www.YourPartnersInCare.org.

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