February 21, 2024
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‘Tis the Season for Giving: Join Coastal Community Foundation in Making a Difference

Lowcountry Holiday Season for Giving: Join Coastal Community Foundation in Making a Difference

As the holiday season approaches, our hearts are filled with gratitude and the desire to give back to our Lowcountry community. Coastal Community Foundation (CCF) believes in the power of generosity and the impact it can have on the lives of those in need. This year, they’ve invited us to join them in making a difference through their various giving options.

Since 1974, CCF has been dedicated to serving coastal South Carolina by providing a permanent, charitable resource for the region. Thanks to the incredible support of their donors, they are able to award an average of $20 million in grants and scholarships each year. This funding goes towards supporting the causes and communities that matter most to their donors.

CCF understands that everyone has unique philanthropic objectives. That’s why they offer a full range of charitable giving options to help you meet your personal goals. Whether you’re interested in setting up a fund for a lifetime of giving or making a one-time contribution to one of our initiatives, they have the tools and resources to support you every step of the way.

By partnering with CCF, you can amplify the impact of your generosity.

Their team of experts will work closely with you to ensure that your giving aligns with your values and goals. They provide best-in-class donor services, making the process of giving back as seamless and rewarding as possible.

This holiday season, consider joining Coastal Community Foundation in making a difference. Visit their website today at https://bit.ly/CCFWaysToGive to learn more about the various ways you can give with CCF. 

Together, we can create a brighter future for our Lowcountry community and make this holiday season truly special.



Cover Photo: When the Angel Oak property — the site of one of the oldest and most historic live oak trees in the region — was at risk of being developed on Johns Island, the groups working to conserve it were able to close on the purchase in 2013 and place it in an easement using funds from the CCF’s Lowcountry Conservation Loan Fund.

If you’d like to learn more about conservation loan funding, contact Tess Martin at tess@coastalcommunityfoundation.org or visit https://bit.ly/CCFWaysToGive

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