Coastal Community Foundation Announces Grant Applications for Winthrop Family Allendale/Hampton Fund

Allendale and Hampton County nonprofits eligible to apply for up to $5,000 in funding; Applications due July 29th

CHARLESTON, SC ā€“ May 31, 2016 ā€“ The Winthrop Family Allendale/Hampton Fund of Coastal Community Foundation is now accepting applications for its 2016 funding cycle. Applications are open to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations serving Allendale and Hampton County citizens addressing any charitable cause, including the arts, education, environment and conservation, health, human needs and community development.
In 2001, The Winthrop Family created The Winthrop Family Allendale/Hampton Fund in memory of Sarah T. Winthrop to provide a permanent source of funding to support a broad range of charitable programs that benefit citizens who reside in the Allendale and Hampton County area.
Priority will be given to programs that address existing needs in new and imaginative ways, address emerging needs, were developed collaboratively across different sectors, initiate promising pilot programs or create direct impact on the education or health of residents of Allendale or Hampton counties, or the natural or built environment of these counties.
Applications are available on Coastal Community Foundationā€™s online grant portal. Instructions and a link to the portal are available at
First time portal users will need to register to access the grant application, and registration approval can take up to two business days. All grant applications are due Friday, July 29th by 5:00 p.m. Please contact Danica Whitney with any questions regarding the application process at or (843) 793-6035 X103 (Charleston Office).
About Coastal Community Foundation: Coastal Community Foundation empowers individuals, families and organizations to make a lasting impact through permanent, endowed funds for charitable giving. The Foundation serves Beaufort, Berkeley, Charleston, Colleton, Dorchester, Georgetown, Hampton, Horry and Jasper counties. To learn more, go to or call (843) 723-3635.



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