After an accident damaged his teeth, man want nothing more than to dig into a steak | Good Cheer

Eufemia Didonato

Alan hasn’t smiled in years. Why? Because an accident at work caused extensive damage to his front teeth. Not only is it difficult for Alan to smile, but he’s also often in pain and it’s difficult for him to eat. Nearing 50 years old, he’s worked odd jobs to afford […]

Alan hasn’t smiled in years.

Why? Because an accident at work caused extensive damage to his front teeth.

Not only is it difficult for Alan to smile, but he’s also often in pain and it’s difficult for him to eat.

Nearing 50 years old, he’s worked odd jobs to afford the rent on his small apartment, but he can’t afford much more than that.

Alan has sought assistance from Star Gospel Mission to help visit a dentist.

“Soon as I get my new teeth,” he said, “I’m gonna go eat a big steak!”

Your donation to the Good Cheer Fund will help Alan smile again — and get him a grocery gift card, too.

Contributions to The Post and Courier’s Good Cheer Fund have helped the less fortunate in the Lowcountry since 1927. The seven charitable organizations sharing the funds collected are the Lowcountry Food Bank, the Salvation Army, Star Gospel Mission, the Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired, Coastal Catholic Charities, the Carolina Youth Development Center and the Charleston Leadership Foundation. Every cent of the money goes directly to the agencies, as there are no administrative costs involved.

Send tax-deductible contributions to the Good Cheer Fund, ℅ The Post and Courier, 148 Williman St., Charleston, SC 29403. Donations also can be made in person or online at www.goodcheerfund.com.

For more information, email Robie Scott at [email protected]

CONTRIBUTIONS

Carleen and Woodie Smith $100.00

James Shannon Hurley $15.00

In Thanksgiving for Joe, Silvia, Paul, Elisa, Max, Richard, Ashley, Athena and Richard III $100.00

In Thanksgiving for Isadora Brown by Janice and Tom $100.00

In honor of my mother, Earnestine L. Robinson Love, Harriett $25.00

In honor of my lunch buddies: Adele, Jennet, Louisa, Meta and Rosie $150.00

Tom Cruden $50.00

Trudi Weiner $100.00

In Thanksgiving for Grandchildren – Bryson Wood, Addison Wood, Ellory Pruitt $450.00

In honor of Charleston Financial Advisors LLC From Grateful Clients $50.00

In honor of Dr. Charles Geer From Grateful Patients $50.00

D. N. Montgomery $50.00

ANONYMOUS

$100.00

$2,000.00

IN LIEU OF CARDS

Marty and Cindy Adams $300.00

Ben & Marianne Albrecht $250.00

IN MEMORY OF

Grannie, Granniedaddy, Mamie, Grandaddy, Katie, Momma, Daddy & Johnny from Cathy, Margaret and David $200.00

Grace and Bill Carter $100.00

In loving memory of Mamie S. Johnson by Joe $100.00

In loving memory of Jennie L. Gibson by Randolph and Brother $100.00

In loving memory of Thomas Richard Waring, Laure Witte Waring, Thomas Richard Waring Jr. and Clelia Peronneau Mathewes Waring $100.00

In loving memory of Katherine Peronneau Waring $100.00

In loving memory of Josephine B. Abney $100.00

In memory of my husband John D. Sullivan and my daughter Beth Byrd (Jane Elizabeth) Love, Marie/Mom $100.00

In memory of my parents, Marion E. and Harold A. Jones $100.00

In memory of my father, Charles C. Robinson Jr. Love, Harriett $25.00

Lisa Livingston from Lynda Aston $150.00

In memory of my Dad, Seabrook Oliver $50.00

In memory of our son, Matthew, and his friends Ashton Middleton, James Cody Smith and Sam Donaldson. From Kay & Denny Ciganovic $1,000.00

TODAY’S TOTAL $6,115.00

PREVIOUS TOTAL $42,742.00

YEAR TO DATE $48,857.00

LAST YEAR TO DATE $35,104.00

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