Paul C. White to take over Community Foundation

By DEBORAH BAYLISS
The Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation is getting a new President and CEO.  Paul C. White, the previous executive director of the Community Foundation of Central Georgia, was chosen to replace Valerie Hepburn in the position.

Community Foundation hires new President & CEO

By Terry Dickson

The Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation has selected Paul C. White to replace Valerie Hepburn as its new President and CEO, the organization said in a release.

Giving to Georgia

Georgia Trend - September 2016
Thank you for your thoughtful coverage of Georgia’s Community Foundations in the August 2016 issue. The Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation is still quite young in this field, so it was very kind of you to showcase our philanthropy.

Safe Harbor Recipient of Donation from Rich's

The Brunswick News

Safe Harbor Children’s Center, a Brunswick-based nonprofit offering shelter and therapeutic services to children who have been abused, abandoned or neglected and those who are homeless or have run away from home, was the recent recipient of a $25,000 donation from the Rich’s Consumer Brands Charitable Fund, a new philanthropic arm of Rich Products Corporation’s Consumer Brands Division (CBD), on St. Simons Island.

Grant Awarded to The Gathering Place

The Brunswick News

The Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation awarded a community impact grant in the amount of $4,000 to The Gathering Place.  The grant will support The Gathering Place’s annual summer college tour, which provides rising high school seniors the opportunity to tour a wide range of academic and technical colleges across Georgia. The program also assists these students with the preparation of college applications and provides ongoing support during their college years.

Foundation Wraps Up Grant Giving

Coastal Illustrated

At its June meeting, the Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation voted to award grants, totaling $62,000, to 16 different community-based organizations serving Glynn,Camden and McIntosh counties.

STAR Foundation and CASA Glynn Awarded Grants

The Brunswick News - Community Life

The Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation recently awarded a grant to STAR Foundation Inc. to provide support for a community outreach coordinator position.  The individual will work with local nonprofits, schools and agencies to increase student participation in the program. STAR Foundation teaches computer and life skills toward selfsufficiency and successful transition to the workforce.

Girl Scouts Receive Community Impact Grant

The Brunswick News

The Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation recently awarded the Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia Inc., which serves Glynn and McIntosh counties, with a $4,946 community impact grant.

Communities In Schools Receives Grant

The Brunswick News

At its June meeting, the Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation voted to award grants,totaling $62,000, to 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.

Local Foundation Begins Donation Run

Coastal Illustrated, August 3, 2016 Sarah Lundgren

The Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation recently began delivering its 2016 Community Impact Grants. The week of June 13 alone, they delivered to CASA Glynn, Safe Harbor Children’s Center, The Gathering Place, STAR Foundation, the Glynn County Board of Commissioners and Juvenile Court, Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia and Children in Action Sports Club.