Foundation Adds To Its Board With Three New Board Members

By ANNA HALL The Brunswick News | Posted: Saturday, December 26, 2015

2016 Grant Cycle Opens

The Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation announces the opening of its 2016 Community Impact Grant Cycle.  Applications are due on February 12.

Georgia Gives Day

Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation CEO Valerie Hepburn (left) presents a grant to Satilla Riverkeeper Ashby Nix Worley.  The grant was provided through the Foundation by an anonymous donor to match contributions raised by the Salilla Riverkeeper during the recent Georgia Gives Day. 

Going to the Dogs

For forty years as owner of Sadye's, with locations first in downtown Brunswick and later on St. Simons Island, Raymond Baumel helped to

Stormwater Project Puts Strain On Live Oaks

Heavy equipment engines groaned to the “beep-beep-beep” of bulldozers in reverse Tuesday afternoon, as mammoth concrete culvert pipe sections sat in the shade of 300-year-old live oaks.

Health Dept. Offering Free Car Saftey Inspections

Getting ready for some holiday travel? Add one more item to your “to do” list this week — getting your child’s car safety seat inspected for proper installation and use.

A First For the Foundation

The Foundation celebrated a milestone in October with its first meeting in Camden County.

Coastal Georgia Partners in Philanthropy First Meeting

Coastal Georgia Partners in Philanthropy held its first regional meeting on October 2nd, at the Linda S. Pinson Conference Center at the Southeast Georgia Health System. 

Insurance and Innovation

The Professional Advisors and Estate Planning Steering Committee of the Foundation convened its second social and educational gathering on October 1st, at the A. W. Jones Center at the Coastal Georgia Historical Society.

Stewards of Conservation and Community

The October issue of Elegant Island Living highlights the Jones family's impact on Coastal Georgia.