Waccamaw Community Foundation, Google Provide Matching $500,000 Grants To Ensure Protection For Waites Island
The Waccamaw Community Foundation, the Grand Strand’s leading philanthropic organization, has joined Google in providing matching $500,000 grants that will go toward permanently protecting a portion of Waites Island from development. Continue reading ...
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Because of our donors, Waccamaw Community Foundation granted $2.3 million last year, roughly $1 million more than it did five years ago and $620,000 more
Hurricane Florence made landfall on the East Coast in September 2018 and proceeded to devastate the Carolinas, with the upper coast and inland regions of South
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Pictured: Zachary Johnson meeting with donor John M. Draughn of the John M. Draughn and Trena B. Draughn Scholarship Fund We are excited to announce
Based on a recent study produced by Wells Fargo, “a shift in the values and priorities that drive charitable giving is also driving a shift
MURRELLS INLET, S.C. – April 30, 2018 – Waccamaw Community Foundation (WCF), a philanthropic organization dedicated to serving Horry and Georgetown counties, is pleased to