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Coastal Georgia Foundation's Response to COVID-19 Coronavirus

The Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation and United Way of Coastal Georgia have opened the Community Emergency Needs Fund to receive gifts and make grants in response to the spreading Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

This will be a flexible resource able to respond to the emergent needs of the residents of Coastal Georgia who are disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 and the economic and public health consequences of this outbreak. Click here to give now.

“For those who feel called to support our community in the face of this crisis, a gift, large or small, to the Response Fund is something actionable that will have certain impact,” says Paul White, CEO and President, Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation.

This fund will also support the gaps in the capacity of our existing nonprofit partners adversely affected by the impact of COVID-19. Gaps include unanticipated interruptions in business operations, impacts from interruptions in state and/or local government programs or services, and the impact of volunteering in an age of social distancing. “Strengthening the capacity of programs supporting our residents and reconnecting those in need with services during and after this pandemic has passed will allow our community to recover quickly”, says Virginia Brown, President and CEO, United Way of Coastal Georgia.

For more information, please contact:

Paul White, President & CEO
Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation

Virginia Brown, President & CEO
United Way of Coastal Georgia

About the Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation
The Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation (CCGF) was incorporated in 2005, as a tax-exempt public charity created by and for the people of Glynn, McIntosh and Camden counties. The Foundation now has assets over $30 million and has awarded over $16 million in grants to community organizations in the three-county region and beyond. The Foundation serves ordinary citizens who have the extraordinary vision for a better life for their neighbors, friends, families, and fellow coastal Georgians - today and for future generations. The Foundation seeks to be the region’s trusted source for thoughtful philanthropic counsel, sound financial management and strategic community investment.

About United Way of Coastal Georgia
United Way of Coastal Georgia located in Brunswick, Georgia is the leading facilitator of community enrichment for both Glynn and McIntosh counties. The mission of United Way of Coastal Georgia is to bring diverse people and resources together to address the most urgent issues that the community faces. Through unique partnerships and approaches, United Way of Coastal Georgia seeks to invest in the building blocks of a good life; a quality education that leads to a stable job, income to support a family though retirement and good health. For additional information, visit