Waccamaw Community Foundation and its partner organizations, Coastal Community Foundation, Frances P. Bunnelle Foundation, and the Jewish Endowment Foundation of South Carolina, announced a partnership to abolish more than $4 million in medical debt in the region. This is possible through a combined donation to RIP Medical Debt.
After 20 years, Waccamaw Community Foundation delivers on founding promise to improve Horry and Georgetown counties
In 1998, a group of a dozen business and community leaders in Horry and Georgetown counties were brought together by a shared passion for their
The destruction left in Hurricane Dorian’s wake this week is unlike anything the Bahamas has ever seen. The most powerful storm ever to hit the
Scholarship funds at Waccamaw Community Foundation allow our donors to directly impact the lives of the young people in our region by supporting their educational
Waccamaw Community Foundation is pleased to announce a new summer internship program designed for Wall Fellows at Coastal Carolina University. Our first intern, Anaiya Moore,
With hurricane season now upon us, we want to take a moment to thank all the generous donors who contributed to Waccmaw Community Foundation’s Disaster Relief Fund to
For 16 years, WCF’s John M. and Trena B. Draughn Scholarship Fund has been supporting local students heading to Horry-Georgetown colleges
As Waccamaw Community Foundation celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, we must give credit to one of our first and oldest scholarship funds. The John
Waccamaw Community Foundation has set aside $10,000 to match donations made to 21 organizations serving Georgetown County on Palmetto Giving Day on May 7. That
As SC’s coastal communities grow, not all have access to economic opportunities. We’re exploring how to fix that.
While many of South Carolina’s coastal places are thriving economically, many communities – and particularly minorities – are not sharing in the success. That’s what
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