Since 1999, Waccamaw Community Foundation has awarded over $24 million to the community.
Since 1999, Waccamaw Community Foundation has awarded over $24 million to community nonprofit organizations. This level of support is a wonderful testament to the generosity of our donors and partners in the region.
Click here for a full list of grant opportunities. Please note that the majority of Waccamaw Community Foundation grants are awarded through donor-advised funds, which do not accept applications.
To learn more about current grant opportunities, please contact our staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or 843-357-4483
Interested in supporting the needs of your nonprofit organization far into the future? Consider setting up an Organization Endowment.
This type of fund can help increase financial stability of an organization by providing a permanent source of operational revenue, eventually reducing time spent in annual fundraising, and accommodating donors who want to make major and deferred gifts.
To learn more about Organization Endowments and how they might work for your nonprofit, please contact us at email@example.com or 843-357-4483.
Waccamaw Community Foundation, United Way of Horry County and Black River United Way Partner Up To Eliminate Childhood Education Gap
Only 36 percent of Horry County kindergartners and just 46 percent of Georgetown County kindergartners enter the area’s public-school systems prepared for the academic and social challenges that await, but three of the Grand Strand’s leading philanthropic organizations have partnered up to help end the problem.
“Mission Matters” – Waccamaw Nonprofit Summit – Horry & Georgetown Counties
How does your organization measure its performance against its stated mission? Why do mission, vision, and values statements matter? Patrick will share research from his Ph.D. studies, illustrating the three levels at which nonprofits measure (or don’t measure) their work.
Waccamaw Community Foundation Accepting Applications For Eight Scholarships
Students in Horry and Georgetown counties are making plans for college in the fall, and the Waccamaw Community Foundation’s 2023 Scholarship Program is helping lighten the financial burden.