Glynn Academy Class of 69 Scholarship Funds Makes Award

Last night members of the Glynn Academy Class of 69 joined to celebrate Barion Jerome Scott, Jr., the 2017 scholarship recipient of the Glynn Academy Class of 1969 Memorial Scholarship

Woman donates for new hospital lounge to thank staff

 - by Tyler Jones

Friday the 13th turned out to be Frances Zwenig’s lucky day.

HAPPY FACES AS GRANTS ARE DISTRIBUTED

THIS YEAR THE FOUNDATION'S COMPEITITVE GRANTS CYCLE INVESTED $82,525 IN PROGRAMS ADDRESSING AND CHANGING FUTURES FOR AT RISK YOUTH

A record number of grants (18) were made to organizations doing impressive work in this field:

Baumel Endowment - Goes To The Dogs

Today was a great day at the Humane Society of South Coastal Georgia and Glynn County Animal Services.

Foundation gifts record $82,525 in grants

By LINDSEY ADKISON - The Golden Isles News(Brunswick News)

The need in Glynn County is very real. It is something that Paul White sees daily.  That is why the president and CEO of the Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation and his staff work hard to find money to help area organizations.  This year, they have outdone themselves.

2017 Community Impact Grants - Largest in Foundation's History

The annual competitive grant cycle that began in January, culminated in June with the awarding of $82,525 in Community Impact Grants to organizations working with "At Risk Youth". 

The Halsey Family Scholarship Fund Makes 2017 Awards

The Halsey Family Scholarship Fund awarded two very worthy students $3,000 each for up to two academic years to help them complete their undergraduate degrees.  This year Emily Gilbert, who will be attending Georgia Tech and Alexander Anklam, who will be attending the University of Alabama in the Fall are both majoring in Aerospace Engineering.  We celebrate these outstanding students and wish them great success!

Halsey 2017 Gilbert and Anklam

Pictured L-R: Emily Gilbert; Paul White, Foundation President and CEO; Alexander Anklam

Foundation hosts Conservation Donors Roundtable

The Foundation hosted the 2nd Annual Conservation Donors Roundtable on March 9 at the A.W. Jones Heritage Center on St. Simons Island.  The evening brought together conservationists, donors and representatives from Little St. Simons Island and the Department of Natural Resources for the special program that included a report about right whates along Georgia's coast.

Art Therapy at Morningstar!

Funding from the Foundation's 2016 Community Impact Grant cycle provided the resources for expanded Art Therapy classes at Morningstar Children and Family Services, Inc. 

Make Art Not Litter!

WJCT-TV, the PBS television out of Jacksonville will be airing the Keep Golden Isles Beautiful litter prevention sculpture project funded in part by the Community Foundation.