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Our new 2009 Annual Report to the Community highlights not only the Honor Roll of Legacy donors, a growing list of funds/endowments, and over 600 remarkable nonprofits who received over $12 million in funding in the areas of arts, education, environment, health, human needs, and neighborhood and community development; but also demonstrates how you– as a steward of philanthropy– can find creative ways to be generous, energetic, engaging, and strategic about your role in making the Lowcountry a better place to live.

In this report, you will find that you can connect with the charities that you hold dear to your heart but also learn about new ones. You will see how Coastal Community Foundation engages with a broad spectrum of the community in order stay tried and true to our 35-year old mission of fostering philanthropy for the lasting good of the community. But most importantly, you will see that you can get involved, like others have, to make a difference.

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