|Support the Foundation|
|Donate||CPP - Community Partnership Program
Our Community Partnership Program provides support for Coastal Community Foundation’s operations, including initiatives related to our Advocacy Agenda. This Agenda, which was crafted with input from hundreds of residents throughout our service area, identifies core issues facing our communities.
The IMPACT Endowment was established in 1989 to provide a long-term source of income to support Coastal Community Foundation’s operations, special initiatives and community leadership work.
|Field of Interest Funds|
|Donate||COVID 19 Relief & Recovery Fund
Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina has launched the COVID-19 Relief & Recovery Fund to receive charitable donations and support communities disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic consequences of this outbreak. This Fund will provide flexible resources to organizations in our region working with priority groups, including senior citizens, children, health-compromised, and workers in the hospitality and tourism industry in our nine-county service area of Beaufort, Berkeley, Charleston, Colleton, Dorchester, Georgetown, Hampton, Horry and Jasper counties.
|Donate||Lowcountry Unity Fund
The purpose of the fund is to promote long-term solutions that address systemic issues contributing to racism and economic inequality in African American communities.
|Donate||Academic Magnet Foundation Fund
Support Thanks for Giving 2021: the Academic Magnet Foundation is one of Magnet’s three dedicated parent organizations, working together to support our exceptional school. Our mission is to enhance Magnet’s long-term excellence by funding important programs such as AP course training for teachers, classroom technology enhancements, and the very popular Summer Scholars orientation program for new students. Historically, we’ve also supported school awareness and diversity efforts, including the highly successful Advancing Charleston Excellence (ACE) program to recruit and mentor high-performing students from high-poverty index middle schools. We also have several new initiatives that we intend to fund this year, including college prep enhancement services. Although the future can sometimes appear uncertain, The Foundation's primary goal remains constant: to help ensure Magnet's high standards for quality, achievement and stewardship for years to come.
|Donate||James B. Edwards Elementary School Grants Fund
The primary purpose of the fund is to provide grants to improve the quality of education provided to students at James B. Edwards Elementary, as directed by the JBE Endowment Board. Please designate your donation below in the Special Instructions box to one of the following: Boat Building, Library Overhaul, Corporate Giving, General Budget or Other.
|Donate||Friends of SOA Fund
The primary purpose of the fund will be to provide grants to improve the quality of education provided to Charleston County School of the Arts students, as directed by the Friends of School of the Arts Board of Directors.
|Donate||Friends of Sullivan's Island
Friends of SIES provides direct financial support to enhance the learning experience in ways that strengthen the academic, physical, social and emotional well-being of each student at SIES.
|Donate||Friends of Youth Athletics in Beaufort County Grants Fund
The primary purpose of the Fund will be to provide grants to support youth athletics in Beaufort County, as directed by the Friends of Youth Athletics Advisory Board.
|Donate||The Simmons Home and Workshop Fund
The primary purpose of the Fund will be to provide grants to the Philip Simmons Foundation, Inc.
|Donate||Anson/George Streets Memorial Fund
The primary purpose of the Fund will be to provide grants to facilitate the building of an appropriate memorial for the 36 Africans/African Americans whose bodies were disinterred during the renovation of the Gaillard Center and reinterred on George Street. The memorial will serve to bring attention to the over-100 unmarked burials sites of Africans/African Americans in Charleston.
|Donate||Charleston County Public Library Fund
The primary purpose of the Fund is to provide grants to The Charleston County Public Library.
|Donate||COSY Children's Trust
The primary purpose of the COSY Children's Trust is to provide funding to coordinate services and foster collaboration among government and private agencies to improve the quality of life of Lowcountry families.
|Fiscal Sponsorships / Project Funds|
|Donate||Beaufort County Distance Learning Fund
According to The Post and Courier, one in 10 households in South Carolina doesn't have adequate internet access, which includes an estimated 150,000 households with students at home. Nearly 7,000 are in Beaufort County. This fund has the mission to provide Wi-Fi access to households with students in Beaufort.
The purpose of the fund is the holistic revitalization of Hub Village and Accabee, adjacent neighborhoods in lower North Charleston - underserved, under-resourced, and at risk of gentrification. Contributions go directly toward: 1) Reduction of construction costs of 2 and 3 bedroom townhomes on Meridian near the corner of Azalea to provide an affordable homeownership opportunity for 20 families. Downpayment and closing costs assistance will be available and deed restrictions will be in place to assure long term affordable housing. 2) Scholarship fund at Trident Technical College for residents of Hub Village and Accabee. 3) Creation of a partnership among residents, existing non profits, schools, churches, community leaders, government, and business ... all working together toward a shared goal of health, safety, education, quality housing, employment opportunity, and racial equity. For more information, go to BridgeNorthCharleston.org.
|Donate||Charleston Shared Future Fund
The purpose of the fund shall be to address educational equity with Charleston County through four goals: 1) available resources are redistributed based on need; 2) every child is taught by highly qualified teachers, led by highly qualified instructional leaders; 3) district Governance is efficient, effective and focused on kids; 4) active role of racism in Charleston is acknowledged, and every student is to be afforded equal opportunity.
|Donate||The Post and Courier Public Service and Investigative Reporting Fund
The purpose of the fund is to promote The Post and Courier’s journalism that leads to positive, sustainable changes in South Carolina. We will print in the Post and Courier the names of contributors who donate $250 or more, unless you choose to remain anonymous. If you prefer that your name not be published, please check the box for "I wish my donation to remain anonymous" in the checkout. Please designate if you wish to restrict this funding for Climate Reporting, Education, or Investigative Reporting in the Special Instructions box below.