The Beaufort Fund gives grants to nonprofits

The Beaufort Fund of Coastal Community Foundation is proud to award more than $600,000 in grants to local nonprofits at its annual reception on February 7. Celebrating its 16th grantmaking cycle this year, the fund continues to grow.

Some of the 2014 Beaufort Fund Grantees.
Some of the 2014 Beaufort Fund Grantees.

The Beaufort Fund is one of approximately 640 grantmaking funds managed by Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina.  Established by generous anonymous donors in 1997, The Beaufort Fund provides support to charitable programs serving Beaufort, Colleton, Hampton, and Jasper counties. Including the 2014 grants, more than $6 million has been awarded to dozens of deserving organizations.

Congratulations to the 2014 recipients:

• ABLE: Disabilities Foundation of Beaufort County

• ACCESS Network

• AccessHealth Lowcountry

• Alzheimer’s Family Services of Greater Beaufort

• American Red Cross

• AMIKids Beaufort

• Arts Council of Beaufort County/ARTworks

• Beaufort County First Steps

• Beaufort County Open Land Trust

• Beaufort Women’s Center

• Bluffton – Jasper Volunteers in Medicine

• Born to Read

• Camp Wildwood


• Center for Heirs’ Property Preservation

• Circle of Hope Ministries


• Colleton Center

• Colleton County First Steps

• Colleton County Memorial Library


• Crossroads Community Support Services

• Family Promise of Beaufort County

• Franciscan Center

• Friends of Caroline Hospice

• Friends of the Spanish Moss Trail

• Girl Scouts of Eastern SC

• Good Neighbor Clinic

• Hampton County First Steps

• Hampton County Literacy Council

• Hampton Friends of the Arts

• HELP of Beaufort

• Hope Haven of the Lowcountry

• Jacksonboro Community Center

• Jasper County Hunger Free Zone 

• Junior Achievement of SC

• Literacy Volunteers of the Lowcountry

• Little Red Dog Foundation

• Lowcountry Food Bank

• Lowcountry Habitat for Humanity

• Lowcountry Legal Volunteers

• Lowcountry Open Land Trust

• Meals on Wheels – Bluffton/Hilton Head

• Med-I-Assist

• Memory Matters

• NAMI Beaufort County

• Neighborhood Outreach Connection

• Nemours Wildlife Foundation

• New Destiny Center

• Port Royal Sound Foundation

• Ronald McDonald Dental Mobile

• SC Governor’s School for Science and Math Foundation

• Second Helpings

• Senior Services of Beaufort County

• Sheldon Township

• South Carolina Artisans Center

• South Carolina Environmental Law Project

• South Carolina Youth Advocate Program

• Technical College of the Lowcountry Foundation

• Thumbs Up

• Under One Roof

• USCB Center for the Arts

• Volunteers in Medicine Clinic

• YMCA of Beaufort County

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