Coastal Community Foundation addresses frequently asked questions about the Reimagine Schools proposal.
The new Opportunity Center, a project CCF invested $800,000 in through our Place-Based Impact Investing initiative, is almost ready to open its doors in North Charleston.
Taylor Faulkner — the 2021 Griffith-Reyburn Lowcountry Artist of the Year — unveiled “Small Breaks Vol. II” the works she created over the past year with the $6,000 grant that accompanies the award.
On Sunday, Jan. 9, 2022, Coastal Community Foundation released the following statement to clarify the key points of the Reimagine…
Coastal Community Foundation (CCF) is proposing Reimagine Schools: a bold, strategic co-investment with Charleston County School District to create three inclusive community commissions that will determine turnaround plans for many of the underperforming schools in their communities located in the most economically challenged areas of the school district.
Charleston Waterkeeper and the South Carolina Coastal Conservation League have partnered with Coastal Community Foundation to launch the Healthy Harbors Fund.