Say thank you to
Carolina writh a gift
to the annual fund
"M y father
found a way
for all three of
his girls to go
11" to co ege,
said Kim Barlow
Barnhardt ' 81, "but
when I received a
Johnston Scholarship to
Carolina, I was so proud
that r could relieve him
from that hardship."
Kim Barlow Barnhardt' 81 and son, LlIcas
A letter carrier, Kim's father often
worked extra jobs to provide a
comfortable lifestyle for his family.
The scholarship meant Kim could
concentrate on her studies and make
good grades. "It was an awesom.e
opportunity," she said.
After graduating with a nursing degree,
she worked for 17 years as a nurse in
Charlotte. Grateful for the opportunities she's had, Kim consistently gives to
the Carolina Annual Fund in support of the Johnston Awards program.
She and her husband, Tom, are also teaching their three children about the
importance ofgiving back. This past Christ111.as, all three received money
with the stipulation that it must go to a charity of their choosing.
When lO-year old Lucas asked his mom why she gave to Carolina and she
told him about the scholarship, he decided to give a portion ofhis money
to the Johnston Awards program. He included a note with his gift:
"Thank you for helping my mom become a nurse."
Want to give hack to Carolina?
For more iriformation or to make agift, visit
carolinaJirst.unc.edulg!ft or contact Beth Braxton,
director of annual giving, at 919-962-4388 or
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