Georgia Trend - August 2016, By Jennifer Hafer
Community foundations across Georgia match donors with projects in ways that help improve the lives and livelihoods of community members.
The Brunswick News, By Lauren McDonald
Smartphones were held high in the air, and some parents even stood on table seats to get a better view, as their children performed the classics.
The Brunswick News
A new charitable fund at the Community Foundation established by the Consumer Brands Division of Rich Products Corp. made its first-ever donation July 20, awarding a $25,000 grant to the nonprofit Children In Action Sports Club, a Brunswick-based ministry serving children ages 7-12. The Rich’s contribution will help fund the nonprofit organization’s after-school program and summer sports camps for children in the Glynn County area.
The Brunswick News
The Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation recently awarded a $5,000 Community Impact Grant to the Glynn County Board of Commissioners for Glynn County Juvenile Court. The award will allow the KidsNet Glynn program to serve more participants. The diversion program provides behavior management, family advocacy and parent education to youth and families involved with the juvenile court, with the goal of reducing commitments and recidivism.
Local branches of Bank of America and Merrill Lynch recently awarded the Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation with a generous donation to support the Foundation’s mission of providing community education and policy engagement for professional advisors and estate planners.
Tribune & Georgian
A Foundation has given the Camden County Health Department a $5,000 grant to begin an advanced vision screening program to ensure children can see well enough to read.
Foundation Board Members have been busy! As a result of the 2016 Competitive Grants Process, 16 worthy organizations are being awarded grants. Here are some of them....
At its recent meeting, the Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation voted to award grants, totaling $62,000, to sixteen (16) community-based organizations serving Glynn, Camden and McIntosh counties. The 2016 competitive grant cycle focused on programs serving at-risk youth and their families.
The Brunswick News - by Anna Hall
Throughout the course of 2015, more than $2.1 million was raised by the Communities in Coastal Georgia Foundation to support an array of diverse nonprofit organizations along the Georgia coast.