Waccamaw Community Foundation Awards Grants Benefitting 56 Nonprofit Organizations In Horry And Georgetown Counties
Waccamaw Community Foundation, the Grand Strand’s leading philanthropic organization, awarded its annual grants to fifty-six nonprofit programs as part of its annual Granting Day initiative. The Competitive Grants, all awarded with the idea of making Horry and Georgetown counties a better place to live, support a wide range of initiatives that focus on everything from children’s reading programs to support for autism families. Continue Reading!
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