Provides team members with financial assistance during emergency or crisis situations beyond an employee's control.
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We welcome donations to a cause or fund of your choice (you name it on the donation page) or chose from any of the other listed funds. To donate by credit card, just use the "Make A Donation" button. If you prefer to write a check, mail it to: Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation, 1626 Frederica Road, Suite 201, St. Simons Island, GA 31522. For your protection, all transactions are processed through a secure server site. All information is kept confidential and will not be shared with third parties.
This fund supports the efforts of charitable agencies responding to disaster-caused needs throughout the Coastal Georgia community. Working in close partnership with the United Way, the fund was established after Hurricane Irma in 2017 because at that time, there was no single disaster resource to financially support local agencies working directly with the victims of this catastrophic event. Our community responded swiftly to the need and gave more than $75,000 to launch the fund. Dollars were quickly distributed to the Salvation Army, America’s Second Harvest Food Bank, Coastal Georgia Community Action, Lutheran Services, Morningstar and others working tirelessly to rebuild our community. Make a Donation
This designated fund supports the mission of Hospice of the Golden Isles to provide the highest quality and compassionate hospice care to all of our neighbors in Glynn, Camden, McIntosh, Brantley and Charlton Counties, regardless of their ability to pay. Make a Donation
The Rich's Consumer Brands Charitable Fund works together with partners, locally and globally, building relationships, and sharing time, talents and financial resources to improve the lives of children and youth through education, sportsmanship and health promotion.
This designated fund supports Camden-based Coastal Counseling Center whose mission is to promote hope, help and healing through counseling in a professional, community-based caring environment for persons in Camden community who are unable to afford mental health counseling.
Recognizing that literacy is simply the very best investment in a community’s quality of life and economic development that one can make, this fund supports efforts in coastal Georgia to ensure that children are ready to read and ready to succeed when they enter kindergarten. Grants will be made for programs that foster and encourage early education and literacy efforts for those from birth through age five.
This permanent fund supports and will continue to support for future generations, a broad range of identified community needs from feeding the hungry, educating youth, protecting our coastal environment, nourishing the arts, revitalizing neighborhoods to a myriad of social services and much, much more.