Since 1999, Waccamaw Community Foundation has awarded over $21 million to the community.
Since 1999, Waccamaw Community Foundation has awarded over $21 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 email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 843-357-4483.
Emma Ruth Brittain, Cheryl Cail, Wallace Evans, Jr., and Robert Hucks, II, have been elected to the Waccamaw Community Foundation’s board of directors.
“We really work very closely to connect donors with the nonprofits needed in our community. We’re kind of the intermediary, we’re the ones that connect those two and try to help build resiliency for the nonprofits,” said Michael Mancuso, Waccamaw Community Foundation Executive Director.
Sustain SC is thrilled to announce the launch of its Land and Water Action Fund, a new conservation fund dedicated to protecting South Carolina’s precious natural resources. Google contributes the first donation to the fund with a $500,000 grant, which will go toward permanently protecting a portion of Waites Island from development.