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Tonisha and Dr. Bell

Education, Medicine and Music: The Great Equalizers

September 1, 2018

Bell’s Difficult Road a Journey Paved with Gems   When we sat down with longtime CCF fundholder Dr. Thaddeus John Bell to talk about life’s twists, turns, and second chances, we had no idea he was about to go into the hospital himself. “I’ve been…

Hidden Figures STEM Scholarship Fund to Impact Beaufort County Students

February 19, 2018

Catherine and David Stewart are not “newbies” to the world of philanthropy. On any given…

Giving Back to Berkeley County connection makes lasting difference for The ARK of SC

December 18, 2017

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, more than 60 percent of people with Alzheimer’s or another…

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  • Summer with a Pinckney Scholar: Monejah Black

    November 7, 2018

    Unless you’re a first-time reader, you are likely familiar with our Reverend Pinckney Scholars Program—created in response to the Mother Emanuel Church shooting. This program aims to increase access to higher education for African American students in Beaufort, Charleston, and…

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  • Summer with a Pinckney Scholar: Kayla Hasty

    September 26, 2018

    Unless you’re a first-time reader, you are likely familiar with our Reverend Pinckney Scholars Program—created in response to the Mother Emanuel Church shooting. This program aims to increase access to higher education for African American students in Beaufort, Charleston, and…

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  • Summer with a Pinckney Scholar: Denzel Wright

    September 7, 2018

    Unless you’re a first-time reader, you are likely familiar with our Reverend Pinckney Scholars Program—created in response to the Mother Emanuel Church shooting. This program aims to increase access to higher education for African American students in Beaufort, Charleston, and…

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  • Unpacking Our New Purpose Statement

    August 31, 2018

    Download our new purpose statement and values here. Over the past several months, Coastal Community Foundation has gone through the process of self-evaluation in order to set a strategic direction. This included our purpose statement because we believe where we…

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  • Jody Tamsberg: Responsible Philanthropy

    August 30, 2018

    "Much of my time is spent now trying to give responsibly to causes that have meaning and impact. I served on the boards of CCF and the Bunnelle Foundation and have great respect for their experience and expertise in philanthropy.…

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  • Staff Spotlight: Veronica Hemmingway

    August 24, 2018

    We sat down with CCF Program Officer Veronica Hemmingway to discuss her work here at the Foundation, her homecoming back to South Carolina, and how she became involved in philanthropy in the first place, and some of the other passions…

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  • Summer with a Pinckney Scholar: Janelle Green

    August 22, 2018

    Unless you’re a first-time reader, you are likely familiar with our Reverend Pinckney Scholars Program—created in response to the Mother Emanuel Church shooting. This program aims to increase access to higher education for African American students in Beaufort, Charleston, and…

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  • My Summer as a CCF Fellow

    July 31, 2018

    My name is Deion Jamison and I am a Summer Fellow at Coastal Community Foundation. Here at CCF, I am a member of the Grantmaking and Community Leadership team under the supervision of Edie Blakeslee. In my role, I have…

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  • How We Score Your Grant Application

    April 6, 2018

    We’ve made quite a few changes over the past year or two to our grantmaking cycles here at Coastal Community Foundation, such as combining several applications to increase efficiency for our nonprofit partners and consolidating the majority of our competitive…

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  • People Stories and Dog Stories: An Exhibit

    March 15, 2018

    Painting series by local artists Lydia Campbell and John Hull hosted at Coastal Community Foundation RSVP on Facebook. On Thursday, March 22nd, we invite you to attend an opening reception for People Stories & Dog Stories, a series of paintings…

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