Getting COSY

The newly formed trustees for the Collaborative Organization of Services for Youth (COSY) recently made their first contribution to a Coastal Community Foundation Endowment Fund established by the COSY Board of Directors for continuation of the initiative’s mission to coordinate services for Beaufort County’s at-risk youth and their families.
The COSY Board, which includes representatives from multiple county and state service agencies, created the Endowment Fund as well as a special trust fund to be managed by the trustees.
Founding Trustees are USCB Professor James Glasson, Beaufort businesswoman Natalie Daise and Hilton Head Island businesswoman Kimberly Dukes-Clark.
For more information about COSY, contact Fred Leyda, Beaufort County Human Services Director, at 843-521-3152 or fleyda@uscb.edu.

Edna Crews, Regional Director for the Coastal Community Foundation, accepts a check from the Collaborative Organization of Services for Youth (COSY) Trustee Natalie Daise while members of the COSY Board of Directors and Human Services Director Fred Leyda look on.
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