Miss South Carolina Princess Saylor Porcaro volunteered at a shelter. She collected towels for pet helpers to use at their shelter. They use towels for different things such as, making dog toys, beds for animals etc. Last November Saylor and her family lost their beloved family pet Dusty to sudden heart failure. During Dusty’s stay at the emergency vet Saylor was very interested in their program they have for unwanted stuffed animals. They use them for the animals in their care there so their family can leave their scent on a stuffed animal for their pet to snuggle while away from their family. She collected stuffed animals for the emergency vet to use with their patients. Although their Dusty never left the emergency vet, they will continue to do this in her honor cause they know that a little piece of them was with her when they couldn’t be via a donated stuffed animal. Saylor loves animals and just to help wherever she can.
National American Miss Oregon Jr. Pre-Teen Queen, Jeanneil Rogerson, shared the Christmas spirit with some deserving folks. Jeanneil delivered 13 food boxes to St. Francis Shelter. St. Francis’s Shelter helps the homeless and people living on a limited income. Jeanneil used the money she won at Nationals to purchase all of the items and was happy to be able to fill all of the boxes with money she has earned!
Jalynn Sims,Miss Tennessee Princess Queen,has been donating time and supplies around town. Jalynn has been busy since her crowning late July. She has donated all her school supplies, made a guest appearance at St. Jude Rodeo, visited McKamey Animal Shelter, where she donated lots of food and toys to the animals as well as adopted her very own kitten Maddie.
National American Miss South Carolina Princess Queen Jaymason Mease raises money to help Foxnest No Kill Shelter.
Miss South Carolina Princess Jaymason Mease created a five day fundraiser to help out her furry friends at the Foxnest No Kill Shelter in her community. She even got her friends involved in helping out for her cause. Jaymason then visited Dr. Ross at the shelter handing him a check from proceeds that she raised. Her future plans throughout the year are to continue to help her furry friends in the community.