The ability to secure safe and affordable housing, gain access to capital to start or expand a small business, or compete for jobs with higher wages, benefits, and a career ladder will move people toward economic security and help stabilize our communities.

Grantmaking supports organizations that encourage and advance economic opportunity for all members of our community regardless of race, education, income, gender, or age. This includes securing safe and affordable housing, gaining access to capital to start or expand a small business, or competing for jobs with higher wages and benefits to move toward economic security.

Learn more in our N.E.W. Fund Impact Report

Coastal Community Foundation and Truist Announce Economic Mobility Investment Plans
Coastal Community Foundation (CCF) and Truist officially launched their community partnership and shared the strategy for future investment in the…
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Entrepreneurship Nonprofit is Coming to South Carolina Thanks to a $425K Catalyst Grant
Coastal Community Foundation has awarded a catalyst grant to Entrepreneurship for All (EforAll), expanding the nonprofit’s reach into South Carolina…
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Coastal Community Foundation Receives $250K Grant from Boeing
Boeing recently awarded a $250,000 grant to Coastal Community Foundation (CCF) for affordable housing and economic mobility projects. The funding…
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illips community president Richard Habersham with the community's new walking trail sign
With support from CCF’s N.E.W. Fund, Phillips community revitalizes community walking trail, enhancing sense of place after enduring major threat last year
With the support of a $3,000 grant from the Neighborhoods Energized to Win Fund of Coastal Community Foundation, the Phillips Community Association is working to revive its now-overgrown walking trail, allowing kids, residents, and adjoining communities to enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and jogging.
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