The LOI period for the Fall cycle of Grants for the Common Good ends Thursday, July 11 at 11:59pm. This cycle addresses four focus areas: addressing the root causes of poverty, meeting basic human needs, promoting economic vitality and preserving the environment. The online Letter of Intent can be found at https://bunnelle.org/grants/grants-common-good/ Should you feel you could use some help with […]
The Waccamaw River flows across North and South Carolina from its source at Lake Waccamaw in North Carolina to Winyah Bay in South Carolina and contains one of the largest contiguous wildlife habitat areas in the southern coastal plain. Considered one of the finest blackwater rivers in the Southeast, the Waccamaw River provides the people of Georgetown County with clean […]
Welcome to the new Bunnelle.org! We’re excited to showcase our new look and approach to serving Georgetown County residents and nonprofits! Important updates to our site include: A mobile-friendly design. The new site is designed to be easily usable regardless of the device you use to access it. It looks great on desktops, tablets, and other mobile devices. Simplified organization. […]
The Bunnelle Foundation salutes our 2017 Grantees for their hard work and dedication to service in Georgetown County. Here are a few photos from our recent Grantee Celebration.
The Spring cycle of Grants for the Common Good is almost here! This cycle will address the focus area of encouraging positive youth development. The first step in the process, the online Letter of Intent, will be accepted from December 1 to January 11. Please see the Grants for the Common Good page for more information. Should you feel you […]
As 2018 approaches, we would like to inform our current and future nonprofit grantees of a few important changes to our traditional Grants for the Common Good grant cycles. Grants for the Common Good is a competitive program for organizations working in Georgetown County in our five focus areas. Historically, the Spring Cycle involved the focus areas of encouraging positive […]
Palmetto Giving Day 2017 was a huge success raising over $675,000 for 33 nonprofits in Georgetown County. Planning for Giving Day 2018 is underway. If youre looking for an exciting fundraising opportunity for non-profit organizations serving Georgetown County, Palmetto Giving Day is for you! If you are planning on participating in this year’s Palmetto Giving Day, attendance at one of […]
On August 17, 2017, the Frances P. Bunnelle Foundation held our ribbon cutting event for our new location at 95 Centermarsh Lane in Pawleys Island. We were excited to see so many of our nonprofit and community partners visiting and enjoying our new facilities. This event marked an important milestone in the history of our Foundation’s work. We would like […]
Due to the fringe effects of Hurricane Irma, the Bunnelle Foundation will be closed on Monday, September 11. We will also be operating on a two-hour delay on Tuesday, September 12. Stay tuned to our website and our Facebook page for further updates on the Foundations schedule and status.
In preparation for the effects Hurricane Irma, the Bunnelle Foundation will be closing at 11 AM tomorrow, Friday September 8th. Stay tuned to our website and our Facebook page for further updates on the Foundation’s schedule and status.
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The Bunnelle Foundation is an affiliate of the Coastal Community Foundation.
Physical Address: 95 Centermarsh Lane, Pawleys Island, SC 29585