Coastal Community Foundation helping black-serving non-profits

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Another initiative, via the Coastal Community Foundation is the Facebook Grant for Sustaining Black Communities. It will award funds over two years to nonprofit organizations and programs in Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties “supporting innovation, creativity, and resiliency in Black communities,” specifically for nonprofits providing goods or services that directly and specifically support Black people and communities.
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SC nonprofits break ground on Opportunity Center aimed at economic progress
The North Charleston-based facility was buoyed by a $2.7 million grant from the economic Development Administration to Homes of Hope in 2019. Other funds included the Coastal Community Foundation’s $800,000 contribution, and $100,000 each from Wells Fargo and BB&T. Project partners are working to secure an additional $1 million to complete the endeavor.
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