We were spared by Hurricane Dorian, but it will not be the last time a hurricane disrupts our lives and damages our precious coastal assets. The Community Emergency Needs Fund of the Coastal Georgia Foundation is a local financial resource for when disasters happen.
The Coastal Georgia Foundation has commissioned a thorough and comprehensive assessment of residential market potential in downtown Brunswick. The study has been funded by seven stakeholders who donated a total of $30,000 to the effort. Read The Brunswick News July 23 editorial on the issue.
“We learned about this type of data-driven housing study on our May 30 trip to Macon,” says Paul White, President & CEO of the Coastal Georgia Foundation. “There, the housing study said downtown Macon could absorb ‘200 residential units per year.’ This number became a shared goal for developers, entrepreneurs, lenders and other investors in downtown Macon. We’ve been hearing from our local stakeholders that market data for Brunswick could similarly inform a residential strategy for a vibrant and diverse downtown.”
The Coastal Georgia Foundation is excited to announce one of its newest funds: the Eugenia Price/Joyce K. Blackburn Charitable Fund. The Fund’s purpose will be to permanently carry on the artistic influence and philanthropic legacy of both authors, and to benefit Coastal Georgians.
Twenty-four organizations working directly with our community’s most vulnerable populations were awarded a record total of $111,408 from the Coastal Georgia Foundation’s Community Impact competitive grants initiative. These organizations provide critical and important services to at-risk youth and their families in Glynn, Camden and McIntosh counties.
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The Coastal Georgia Foundation in partnership with the Christ Church Episcopal Church Women's group is happy to announce the winner of this year's ECW Scholarship, Ma'Kayla Hulett. Ma'Kayla graduated with honors from Glynn Academy in 2018 and is currently attending Georgia Southern University, where she is majoring in Logistics and Intermodal Transportation.