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					w w w.ccfgives.org                                                                                                   SUMMER 2006




 One Man’s Bonus to
 His Community
 Joseph Watson is a neighborhood leader
 and local truck driver who created the
 Charleston Development Academy En-
 dowment at CCF this year with his bonus.
 “I knew it was coming and I knew what I
 wanted to do with it,” he said simply.

 He is a man of conviction about the com-
 munity and the Charleston Development
 Academy (CDA), a three-year-old charter
 school for 125 neighborhood children
 (K-6). Joseph believes that success lies in
 smaller classes and individual attention
 and he intends to ask the whole commu-
 nity for support. For him, it’s personal.

 “I see so many people I grew up with who
 are struggling,” Joseph says. “What made
 the difference for me were the people
 who cared about me along the way. When
 I was 22 and foolishly buying a new car
 every two years, a neighbor, Daisy Lucas,       Joseph Watson is instilling in his niece, Kiari Alston, the same right-thinking that his family
 questioned me. I’d known her my whole           and neighbors instilled in him when growing up on Amherst Street. Kiari will enter Charles-
 life and she made me look at what I was         ton Academy in the fall.
 doing. I want to be that kind of a person
 for others.”
                                                 Joseph’s current work with the Eastside           CDA Governance Board of Jerome
 Joseph knows that close neighbors, dedi-        Community Project, Greater Empower-               Grant, Leon Goodwine and George
 cated teachers and devoted pastors can          ment Corporation/ Magnolia Project                Frazier, CDA’s Principal, Cecelia Rog-
 all carry a child through wayward times.        and Fred Phillips’ Community Gar-                 ers, and Pastor Swinton of Ebenezer
 And he’s going to call on each of them to       den on America Street has prepared                AME Church, one of Charleston’s
 be there for the children at CDA. “It’ll take   him well. Joining him in working to               largest black congregations on the
 everyone working together,” he said.            build the CDA endowment are the                   peninsula.



 GRANTEE SPOTLIGHT                                                                                 THE NUMBERS
                                                                                                   Through the fiscal year, July 1, 2005-
 Georgetown County Board of                                                                        June 30, 2006, CCF administered the
 Disabilities and Special Needs                                                                    following gifts and grants:
 helps children with disabilities                                                                  Donor Services
 experience life more fully. This                                                                  Total donors                          942
 year, the Frances P. Bunnelle                                                                     New funds                               32
 Foundation awarded two grants                                                                     New members of
 - $115 to help build the “Free-                                                                    Honor Roll of Legacy Builders           7
 dom for Kids” playground and                                                                      Total gifts received         $11.6 million
 $11,000 to buy a motorized                                                                        Community Services
 lift to help children mount the                                                                   Total Grants                             1,107
 horses for therapeutic riding.   Safe play at last                                                Organizations supported                    561
                                                                                                   Total grants awarded               $9.4 million
2                                                                                            Give Back. Look Forward.
MISSION                                                        New Fund Honors Madeleine McGee’s
The Coastal Community Foundation of S.C. (CCF) is a public     10 Years at CCF
grantmaking foundation dedicated to fostering philanthro-
py for the lasting good of the community. CCF’s service area   At the end of May, when
includes Beaufort, Berkeley, Charleston, Colleton, Dorches-    Madeleine McGee stepped
ter, Georgetown, Hampton and Jasper Counties.                  down as president of CCF, her
                                                               sister, Evie, and Stephen
CCF manages over $128 million in assets held in more than      Colbert created the Mad-
430 individual funds, most of which are endowed. Donors        eleine McGee Fund to
may create grantmaking funds for any charitable purpose.       celebrate and honor her ten
Over the past 32 years, CCF has awarded more than $51          years of hard work and
million in grants.                                             exceptional accomplish-
                                                               ments.

                                                               This unrestricted fund will
                                                               support “Open Grants”
                                                               benefiting a wide-range of
LEADERSHIP                                                     nonprofits.
2005-2006                                                      To that honor, the CCF staff and board add sincere thanks to
Board Of Directors             Staff                           Madeleine for her vigorous leadership and high standard of
                                                               excellence in every aspect of her work.
John F. Maybank,               Richard Hendry,                 Contributions to the Madeleine McGee Fund may be made
 Chair                            Vice-President of Programs   online at: www.CCFgives.org or by contacting Linda Plunkett at
Burton R. Schools,                and serving as               (843) 723-5736 x109.
 Chair-Elect                      Interim President
Peter E. Trees,                Brian Hussain,
 Treasurer                        Vice-President of Finance
                               Christina Beddia,
Marguerite Archie-Hudson
Richard S. Braddock, Jr.
                                  Development Associate           www.CCFgives.org is a winner!
                               Edie Blakeslee,
Kay K. Chitty                     Program Officer                 CCF’s new web site received the 2006 “Gold” Wilmer
George R. Geer, Jr.            Loretta Hunt,                      Shields Rich Awards for Excellence in Communications
Leah D. Greenberg                 Finance Associate               from the national Council on Foundations.
Michael G. Griffith            Angel Johnson,
Barry D. Gumb                     Executive and Donor             Kudos to the creative genius of Charleston’s own Blue
Walter F. Johnson                 Services Officer                Ion design team! VISIT TODAY: www.CCFgives.org.
Paul M. Lynch                  Tish Lynn,
Elsa F. McDowell                  Communications Director         CCF also recently passed the rigorous National Stan-
Stephen McLeod-Bryant          Margaret Mullis,                   dards for U.S. Community Foundations as determined
George M. Milner                  Development and Donor
Yvonne T. Orr                                                     by the Council on Foundations, a Washington,
                                  Services Associate (PT)         DC- based nonprofit membership association of more
Charles G. Rowland, III        Linda Plunkett,                    than 2,000 grantmaking foundations and corporations,
Paul S. Saltzman                  Donor Services Consultant       including nearly 700 community foundations. These 43
Robert H. Stewart              Heidi Richter,                     standards address six key areas of community founda-
Joseph L. Tamsberg, Jr.          Receptionist                     tion operations to ensure accountability and high
Elizabeth H. Warner            Tasha Tucker                       ethical standards of behavior in this philanthropic field.
Fred S. Washington, Jr.          Program Associate
Anita Zucker

Legal Counsel                  What Gives, CCF’s quarterly
T. Heyward Carter, Jr.         newsletter, is edited by Tish   Marijana Radic, our technology
                               Lynn.                           guru, is moving to Oregon after
Auditors
McKnight, Frampton and                                         getting our many “connections”
 Company, PA                                                   in order. We will miss her but
                                                               thank heaven she’s only a click
                                                               away.

                                                               Happy trails, Marijana!
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Cannon Street “Y” and Charleston Family and Youth:
Hand - in - Hand
A long road to a happy ending and a $1 million endowment at CCF
                                                                                          Don’t Forget!
For many years Charleston was divided by geography, race and struggles with
integration.
                                                                                          Upcoming Grant
Today, a significant                                                                      Application Deadlines
and long-awaited
step has been taken                                                                       Beaufort Fund
to reach across that                                                                      August 25, 2006
historical, racial                                                                        Grants of up to $15,000 for
divide. Current lead-                                                                     non-profits serving Beaufort,
ers of the Cannon                                                                         Colleton, Hampton and Jasper
Street Y, started                                                                         Counties.
in 1866 as the first
Negro YMCA to aid                                                                         Bakker Family Fund
freed slaves, and                                                                         September 1, 2006
Charleston Family                                                                         Grants of up to $10,000 for non-
and Youth, formerly                                                                       profits in the Tri-County, with
the predominantly     The Super “Y” guys - (l to r) Richard Gowe, Principal at LS3P As-   special focus on disadvantaged
“white” Christian     sociates Ltd., Paul Stoney, President/CEO of Cannon Street Y, Ed    populations.
Family Y located at   Vaughan, VP/Sun Trust Community Banking and Dwayne Green,
21 George Street,     Attorney with Hampton Green LLC.                                    Winthrop Family Fund
have joined forces                                                                        September 1, 2006
to create a renewed Cannon Street Y of Greater Charleston.                                Grants of up to $10,000 for non-
                                                                                          profits serving Allendale and
The long road leading to this merger began three years ago when two Porter                Hampton Counties in any field;
Gaud graduates began to talk—Dwayne Green, YMCA board chair, and Ed                       however, support is primarily
Vaughan, CFY board chair. At that time, both organizations were cash poor and             provided for education, health
asset rich. Both organizations had good programs in place but recognized the              and conservation/ preservation.
need to plan for a more stable future. Differences in original mission and function
had to be considered.                                                                     REALTORS® Housing
                                                                                          Opportunities Fund (RHOF)
“Our discussions led us to the conclusion that merger was a prudent move,” said           September 29, 2006
Dwayne. “But given the potential controversy, we wanted to make sure we did               To assist in the development,
things the right way.”                                                                    maintenance and repair of af-
                                                                                          fordable housing in the
Serving as a neutral convener, CCF helped facilitate the discussions along the            Tri-county area.
way.
                                                                                          N.E.W. Fund
“A merger between two groups with this history was a delicate matter,” said               CCF’s Neighborhoods Energized
Richard Gowe, Vice Chair-elect of the new Y board. “CCF offered the common                to Win (“N.E.W.”) Fund Advisory
ground of an independent voice and trusted advisor. Absent of hidden agendas,             Board is investigating options
both of us found the confidence to trust each other.”                                     for grants and programs to
                                                                                          benefit low/moderate-income
Historic walls were toppled and financial tables were turned. CFY sold off its valu-      neighborhood groups. Neigh-
able George St. property and the Cannon Street Y sold a corner of its property,           borhoods will be informed
which helped to fund renovations to the Cannon Street property and to establish           directly when program recom-
a $1 million endowment for the new organization.                                          mendations are developed.

“Through this merger, we wanted to make sure that the new organization would              For printable grant applications
be viable not only today but for generations to come,” said Ed Vaughan. “This was         and specific guidelines for CCF
also the best way to positively remember the many generous supporters of both             grant programs, visit the “Non-
Y’s.”                                                                                     Profit/Apply for Grants” section of
                                                                                          our Web site:
Today, the merger is complete and a brand new director is in place -- Paul                www.CCFgives.org.
Stoney. After opening many symbolic doors, Dwayne, Ed, Richard and many
others are looking forward to the day when the open doors of these facilities will
fully serve the needs of the community.
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       GRANTMAKING

Scholarships: Dreams Come True
This year, 86 talented and bright students received more than $135,000
in scholarships for college and high school education through individual
funds at CCF.

Many of these scholarships funds are named for beloved teachers, princi-
pals or students. The students who receive awards are told the stories of
these funds— of a young girl whose love of music comforted her to the
end of her fight with cancer; of a couple who valued the pursuit of a good
education above all else; of a college student just starting to find his calling
when he was killed in an accident. The students are moved by these stories
and realize anew their own good fortune —as good a lesson as any in a
classroom.

                            Christine Chong is principal flutist with the
                            Charleston Symphony Youth Orchestra; she
                            plays on her school’s undefeated Frisbee team,
                            and she speaks fluent Mandarin Chinese. Her
                            parents are immigrants from Taiwan and Ma-
                            laysia. With a perfect score of 800 on her SAT
                            Verbal and a 790 in Math and a 4.0 GPA at the           Margaret Hall Boylston
                            Academic Magnet High School, her father was
                            distraught to think that she might be unable to
                            attend a strong college for lack of tuition. As         Margaret Hall Boylston
                            Christine wrote in her essay- “My life is not re-
corded in credit card slips but in library check-out receipts.” In the fall, with   Fund
the help of $4,000 in scholarships from the Phillip O’Neill Hanvey, J.C.
and Alberta Long, and Warren O. Pinckney Scholarship funds, she will                A fund to honor a devoted teacher and to
pursue her dream of becoming a doctor at Princeton University.                      support teachers forever

                            Samuel Robinson received a renewable $2,500             Margaret Hall Boylston taught for more
                            award from the Donna and Michael Griffith               than 30 years in the public school system
                            Scholarship Fund which could mean $10,000               in Barnwell County, and at 86, she still re-
                            over his college career. From St. John’s High           mains in close touch with a number of her
                            School, he is headed to Winthrop College where          former students.
                            he will study computer science and graphic
                            design. Among many interests, he has helped             In her honor, her son, Reid Boylston (Di-
                            produce, write, edit and perform in the Islander        rector for the Reid stores for Food Lion) and
                            Daily News show at St. John’s. Performer,               Lloyd Williams, Jr. (a close family friend
                            graphic designer, computer whiz, writer…                and business partner) created the Marga-
                            Samuel is going places.                                 ret Hall Boylston Fund to help teachers
                                                                                    in Barnwell and Allendale counties begin
                                                                                    special projects for enriching the classroom
                          Bobby Sommers is a student, runner, mentor                experience. Margaret calls it a “miracle.”“It’s
                          through the “Believe” program, works two jobs             unbelievable to think what I could have
                          and, as he wrote, “ I do the grocery shopping and         done in the classroom with this kind of
                          drive my father to and from doctors’ appoint-             help.”
                          ments because my father’s disabled.” A graduate
                          of Fort Dorchester High School, Bobby will at-            This year, Margaret’s fund contributed
                          tend Winthrop University with $3,000 in scholar-          nearly $2,000 through the national, on-line
                          ships from the Warren O. Pinckney Scholarship             DonorChoose program to a Barnwell High
                          Fund and Amanda’s Fund. He wants to study                 School teacher to provide materials for
                          physical therapy since his father taught him              special needs students to acquire job skills
                          never to take anything for granted—life, oppor-           and job placement.
tunities or your body, because “you never know what tomorrow holds.”
                                                                                    Support a classroom project. Go to
To find out more about contributing to or creating a scholarship, contact           DonorsChoose at www.donorschoose.org.
Richard Hendry at 843-723-5736, ext. 104, or by email to rhendry@ccfgives.org.
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CCF’s First Unrestricted Gift Ever
Mr. and Mrs. James Lubs Fund at CCF surpasses $125K after 20
years of giving back

In 1986, Mr. and Mrs. James D. Lubs were the first individual
donors to create an unrestricted fund at CCF.

Ruth Heffron, then president, knew that Mr. Lubs under-
stood the foundation’s potential and she sensed that he
might personally invest in that potential by creating the
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Lubs Fund as an unrestricted
resource for CCF.

Richard Hendry (then CCF’s Administrative Assistant and
second employee), remembers waiting in the car while                 Battery Soccer Party: Brian Hussain (CCF - VP of Finance) joins
Ruth went up to Mr. Lubs’ office at American Mutual to               Richard Hendry(CCF - VP of Programs and Interim President) to wel-
“make the ask”.                                                      come Molly and George Greene and Byron and Jane Davis of Water
                                                                     Missions International which provides fresh water processing equip-
“When Ruth came back downstairs, she had a check for                 ment to third world communities and disaster areas like New Orleans
$11,000 in her hand for CCF’s first unrestricted fund ever,”         after Hurricane Katrina.
Richard still remembers, beaming. “It was a huge vote of
confidence in CCF’s future. It was Mr. and Mrs. Lubs’ initial
goal to build the Fund to $25,000. Just recently, it passed
                                                                     The Bakkers Give in Many Ways
the $125,000 mark!”.                                                 Every year, Tony and Linda Bakker recommend charitable
                                                                     grants to a variety of nonprofits in the community from CCF’s
As a Board member in the ‘80s, Mr. Lubs chaired one of               Bakker Family Fund. Nonprofits serving the disadvantaged
CCF’s first Investment Committees and became the chief               in the tri-county area may apply to the Fund until September
architect of its longterm investment policy.                         1st for grants up to $10,000.
For twenty years now, the Lubs have made annual contri-              “As you can imagine, we get
butions to CCF’s Open Grants program through their Fund              many requests for charitable
and continue to increase it for future grantmaking.                  donations,” said Tony. “To
                                                                     be able to channel these
                                                                     through CCF in the form of
                                                                     grant proposals and for CCF
                                                                     to select those that meet our
                                                                     charitable goals for review is
                                                                     a tremendous relief.

                                                                     “We can then sit down with
                                                                     CCF staff and our children,
                                                                     James and Katy, and make
                                                                     informed, intelligent deci-
                                                                     sions as to where the money
                                                                     should go.”

                                                                     Since the Bakkers began working with CCF, they have grant-
                                                                     ed just over $2 million to hundreds of charitable programs
                                                                     including Palmetto House, Carolina Youth Development
                                                                     Center, Lowcountry Food Bank, and Crisis Ministries.

                                                                     But that’s not all. Every year, the Bakkers (who own the
                                                                     Charleston Battery Soccer team) also throw a “Battery Soc-
                                                                     cer” party for CCF staff, donors and nonprofits to enjoy some
                                                                     “down” time together. This year, nearly 400 guests enjoyed a
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Lubs joined CCF donors at the Aiken Rhett      delicious dinner under a reserved tent followed by stadium
House in 1996 to celebrate another year of giving back to the com-
munity.
                                                                     seating to watch the fabulous Battery Soccer team play.

                                                                     Thank you, Linda and Tony!
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Planned Giving : The Essentials                      GIVING
A planned gift is any charitable con-
tribution, immediate or deferred, that
considers the donor’s personal tax,
                                            Planned Giving…just the way you want it
financial, and estate planning circum-      Carol and Bob Linville make plans for their “favorite” children
stances and that requires the par-
ticipation of the donor’s professional
advisors.

Planned gifts can be as simple as an
outright gift of cash or as sophisticated
as creating a charitable trust or founda-
tion.

Planned gifts may help:
■  Provide valuable tax benefits
■  Avoid capital gains tax
■  Plan fixed income
■  Pass assets to one’s family at re-
   duced cost

Types of Planned Gifts that you can
make to CCF include:

Outright Gift. You make a contribu-
tion of cash, real estate, or other asset
directly to a fund at CCF.

Bequests (via will). You designate a
portion of your estate to a fund at CCF.
                                            Just two of Bob and Carol Linville’s “children”: Charlie Girl and Kitty “Holly.”
Life Insurance. You irrevocably trans-
fer ownership of an insurance policy        When Carol Linville saved the life of one little animal in 1976, it changed hers
to CCF.                                     forever. Eventually, she launched Pet Helpers to care for and find homes for lost
                                            and abandoned pets in the area, improve animal welfare laws and aggressively
Life Estate Contract (or retained life      promote spaying and neutering to reduce pet overpopulation. Thirty years
estate). You transfer your home to CCF      later, she’s still at it.
and still enjoy its use while living.
                                            Today, Pet Helpers, a 501(c)3 non-profit animal rescue shelter, where all animals
Charitable Lead Trust. You create a         are kept until adoption, has an annual budget of $400,000 with 11 full and part-
trust which will pay CCF a specified        time employees, who care for an average of 150 animals on a daily basis, and
amount for a term of years, and then        answer 20,000 calls a year from the public.
the assets are passed to your benefi-
ciaries.                                     For Carol and her husband, Bob, all of the animals that have been saved are
                                            “their children” and just as parents provide for their children in their wills, so
Charitable Remainder Trust. You cre-        Carol and Bob have both left bequests in their wills to provide for the on-going
ate a trust which pays you income for       work of Pet Helpers through the Linville Animal Welfare Fund.
your life and then the assets transfer
to CCF.                                     “Bob and I believe that the assets we’ve worked so hard for all our lives should
                                            keep on giving after we’re gone,” said Carol. “Everyone should plan ahead for
“Including a chari-                         their ‘children’, four-legged as well as two-legged, and for the betterment of the
table component as                          world.”
part of your estate
planning is a win-win                       News Flash! While preparing for this article, Carol and Bob decided to create the
situation,” says Linda                      Linville Animal Welfare Fund endowment and build it while they are still
Plunkett, Develop-                          living. The fund will support animal rescue/shelters in the Tri County area,
ment Consultant at                          including Pet Helpers, for Spay/Neuter/Vacs of rescued or homeless pets, in-
CCF. “Your estate                           cluding feral cats. Their goal for the fund reflects their enthusiasm: $1 million!
saves taxes, your
heirs can receive a
greater legacy and you can benefit the
charitable causes you care most about.”
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Joining the CCF Family: 32 New Funds in 2005-2006                                         CCF and Merrill Lynch
Welcome to the newest members of the CCF family of fund-establishers! Your
new family is a BIG one—430 individuals, families, businesses and nonprofit lead-
                                                                                          Team
ers who work closely with CCF to realize their charitable goals.                          In three years, “team” CCF and Merrill
                                                                                          Lynch have provided charitable services
Your reasons for giving are as individual as each of your lives, but all of you share     for clients who have created 11 donor-
a generosity of spirit and foresight about the importance of planning today for           advised Merrill Lynch Community
tomorrow’s needs. Some of you have even left bequests in your wills to benefit            Funds totaling more than $2.2 million
the region permanently after you are gone.                                                as part of the donors’ overall financial
                                                                                          planning.
CCF will strive to be good stewards of your funds and look forward to helping you
give back in your name and in the name of your loved ones.                                It’s a perfect match—Merrill Lynch
Unrestricted Funds                           Organization Endowment Funds                 manages the assets, and CCF provides
To meet the most pressing needs of the       To provide operating support for non-        staff support with grantmaking, check
community                                    profit groups, established by their boards   writing and non-profit expertise. Each
Madeleine S. McGee Endowment                 Addlestone Hebrew Academy                    fund reflects the particular wishes of the
                                              Endowment                                   donor.
Donor-Advised                                Christian Family Y Endowment
To support the favorite charities of         Trident Academy Scholarship                  “It’s been a pleasure working with the
donors                                        Endowment                                   Coastal Community Foundation to pro-
CJE-CYB Fund                                                                              vide our Merrill Lynch clients with the
FOCUS Partners Fund                          Honor Roll of Legacy Builders                opportunity to establish generational
Jane and Larry Iwan Fund                     Planned gift or bequest that will per-       wealth strategies and the ability for our
JAWACH Fund                                  manently benefit charitable work in our      clients to give back to their community,”
Lone Oak Fund                                region by adding to the endowment            said Mary Helen Condon Moore, VP/
Miller Maginn Charitable Fund                funds of CCF                                 Senior Financial Advisor with The
McManus Leadership Fund                      Robert C. Heffron, Sr.                       Condon Moore Opoulos Team.
Mullin Family Fund                           Bob and Carol Linville
James H. Phillips MD Family Fund             Elizabeth Inabinet Marshall                  Merrill Lynch Community Funds
Piggly Wiggly Community Pride Fund           Robert M. and Gail L. Newton
Richards Family Fund                                                                      (Donor-Advised)
                                             Mr. and Mrs. Robert Novello                  Anonymous (1)*
Sally J. Smith Fund                          Linda and Thomas O’Donnell
Redd Turner Fund                                                                          The Walldorf Family Fund*
                                             Mr. and Mrs. I. Mayo Read                    The Diane Straney Donor Advised Fund*
Whitecap Fund                                Sarah J. Smith
Pomerantz-Wilcox Family Fund                                                              The Van Hoose Family Fund*
                                                                                          The George W. Wurthmann Jr.
                                             The donor listed below made a gener-          Charitable Fund
Field-of-Interest Funds                      ous bequest that is already helping the
To benefit specific or broad areas of        community.                                   L.E. Jones Family Fund
community life                               Estate of Elizabeth Shane                    Dr. Michael & Audrey Runey Charitable
Margaret H. Boylston Fund for                                                              Family Fund*
 Allendale and Barnwell County               Professional Advisors                        The Marlies G. Tindall Charitable Fund
 Teachers                                    CCF gratefully acknowledges the fol-         The Herbert W. Jarvis Fund
Lowcountry Hurricane Katrina                 lowing professional advisors who have        The Sean and Gillian McLernon
 Relief Fund                                 introduced clients to CCF’s philanthropic     Charitable Gift Fund
                                             services this year:                          The H. Dallon Weathers Family Fund
Scholarship Funds                            Edward Bennett, Jr.                          * Funds created in 2005-2006
To enrich life through educational           T. Heyward Carter, Jr.
opportunities                                Catherine Cato                               For more information about CCF funds,
Joseph Francis Flowers MD Scholarship        Dennis Christiansen                          contact Linda Plunkett at 723-3635 or by
Bill Runey Scholarship Endowment              James J. Duggan                             e-mail: lplunkett@CCFgives.org.
Wilkerson Scholarship Fund for               Foster Gaillard
 Charleston Catholic School                  Ronnie M. Givens
Marcia and Johnny Wood Scholarship           Jenny Smiley Heichelbech
 for Hampton County Students                 David Humphreys
                                             Michael D. Jones
Designated Funds                             Jean Lee
To provide a consistent, permanent           Paul M. Lynch
source of support for a donor’s favorite     John McNeill
charity or charities                         William A. Moody, Jr.
Charleston Development Academy               Pamela Polzin
 Endowment                                   Alan Reyner
Endowment for College of                     Steve Slotchiver
 Charleston’s Jewish Studies Program         Zach Solomon
                                             Mark Tracey
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Changing of the Guard
Retiring board members this year covered CCF’s proverbial waterfront from Summerville to Walterboro to Moncks Corner to
Beaufort. This eclectic and enthusiastic graduating class has given many hours of talent and travel time to build CCF and to
share our work with others. Thank you for your tireless advocacy—Alan Moses, Will Helmly, Johnny Linton and Wayne Unger.

                            Farewell, Dear Friends
                            Two longtime friends and for-
                            mer Board members of CCF are
                            gone—Juanita Brown and George
                            Miller.

                            Juanita’s warmth and beauty were
                            equaled by her desire to share
                            her good fortune with others. She
                            helped many young people pursue
                            their educational dreams.

                            George, who could write a sophisti-
                            cated grant as well as wield a ham-
                            mer, did whatever was needed to
                            support the causes he loved with
                            humor and humility. We miss them
                            and will honor the intent of their
                            funds forever: William Melvin and
                            Juanita W. Brown Scholarship          CCF’s newest Board Members are (l to r): Elizabeth Warner (Moncks
                                                                  Corner), Richard Stewart (Okatie), George Milner (Summerville), Charles
                            Fund and George E. Miller Integ-      Rowland, III (Walterboro) and Leah Greenberg (Sullivan’s Island). [Not
                            rity in Journalism Fund.              pictured: General Walter F. Johnson (Georgetown)]




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                                                                                                                                By the Numbers*
   Grants big and small make a difference
                                                                                                                                ■   Begun 32 years ago with $9,000 from the Rotary Club of Charleston, CCF has
   Below is a sample of large and small grants made this year to a range of worthy causes.                                          provided more than $51 million in grant support to a wide range of charities in
                                                                                                                                    Beaufort, Berkeley, Charleston, Colleton, Dorchester, Georgetown, Hampton and
                                                                                                                                    Jasper counties—and beyond.
   Arts                                                           Health                                                        ■   CCF manages over $128 million held in 438 different funds.
                                                                                                                                ■   A total of 31 new funds were created. Seven donors joined the Honor Roll of
   ■   $280,660 from the Spoleto Festival USA Endow-              ■   $75,250 in combined gifts from the Barter                     Legacy Builders by making bequest plans, bringing the total to 125 members.
       ment, created by an anonymous donor, to benefit this           Family Fund, Pearlstine Family Fund and Kent              ■   CCF distributed more than $7.26 million in grants (excluding the Bunnelle Foun-
       year’s wonderful festival.                                     Family Fund in seed funding for the Charleston                dation—see below) to 561 charitable organizations located in every county we
   ■   $500 from the Saul Alexander Foundation to under-              Breast Center.                                                serve.
       write free tickets for underprivileged schoolchildren      ■   $3,000 to ElderLink in support of “Low Country Elder      ■   The Charitable Society of Charleston (CSC) surpassed the $100,000 goal for their
       to attend Flowertown Players’ Theatre productions in           Shelter”, a safe haven where the state Department of          endowment, and the Mt. Pleasant Rotary has built its scholarship endowment to
       Summerville year-round.                                        Social Services can place elderly folks removed from
                                                                      unsafe, often abusive situations.                         ■
                                                                                                                                    more than $200,000.
                                                                                                                                    New and existing donors to CCF’s Lowcountry Conservation Loan Fund exceeded
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          2005-2006
   Education
                                                                  Human Needs
                                                                                                                                    the Turner Foundation “Challenge Grant” of $150,000 with gifts totaling
                                                                                                                                    $164,681.                                                                             Year in Review
   ■   $25,000 from an anonymous Donor-Advised Fund                                                                             ■   The Frances P. Bunnelle Foundation, an Affiliate Organization of CCF serving
       to WINGS for kids, a local, nationally recognized after-   ■   $52,000 from the Darby Family Foundation to East              Georgetown County, awarded more than $2.09 million in grants to 34 charitable
       school program that focuses on social and emotional            Cooper Habitat for Humanity—that’s a whole house!             groups in the county. The Bunnelle Board includes Steve Ford (Chair), Alan Altman,
       learning.                                                  ■   $2,500 for the Center for Women’s “Legal Liaison              Bob Moran, Jody Tamsberg, and John Tiencken, with Geales Sands serving as
   ■   $3,000 from “Open Grants” for the “Charleston                  Project”, a pilot conducted with Charleston School of         Executive Director.
       Clemente Project” at Trident Technical College – four          Law students to provide legal resource and referral       ■   In its 8th year of grantmaking, The Beaufort Fund awarded more than $450,000 in
       Humanities courses for disadvantaged, low-income               information to local women.                                   grants in Beaufort, Colleton, Hampton and Jasper counties. Its cumulative grant-
       adults that help them realize their potential.                                                                               making now totals $2.12 million to more than 120 nonprofit groups. The Fund
                                                                  Neighborhood & Community Development                              is now awarding 3-year grants to a select group of non-profits which have been
   Environment|Preservation|Animal Welfare                                                                                          consistently funded over the years.
                                                                  ■   $48,550 awarded from The N.E.W. Fund of CCF to 14
       $150,000 loan from the Lowcountry Conservation                 low/moderate-income neighborhood groups for
   ■

       Loan Fund to The Nature Conservancy of SC to help              neighborhood improvement projects designed by             From the Chair
       purchase and preserve a 100-acre tract across the              residents throughout four counties.
       dirt road from St. James Santee Episcopal Church in        ■   $10,000 from The Beaufort Fund to help the Latin          First, I wish to thank Madeleine McGee for her out-
       McClellanville.                                                American Council continue to champion causes              standing service to the Coastal Community Founda-
   ■   $2,142 from the Daniel M. Hundley Endowment to                 and provide services for Hispanic and Latino people       tion over the past 10 years. In stepping down as
       the Preservation Society of Charleston, in support of          throughout southern Beaufort County.                      President, Madeleine leaves a legacy of expansion
       an internship for a budding preservationist, awarded                                                                     in our service area from three counties to eight and
       each summer in memory of Daniel.                                                                                         a six-fold increase in our grantmaking from $1.1 to
                                                                                                                                $6.8 million. CCF also matured as a philanthropic
                                                                                                                                leader and collaborative partner tackling challeng-
   Financials                                                                                                                   ing community issues such as heirs’ property and the
                                                                                                                                need for conservation loan funds.
   As of June 30th, CCF’s investment return for the 1-year period was 10.3%, as compared with our benchmark of 11.1%.
   Our five-year return was 6.5%. For the ten-year period, our returns have surpassed the benchmark at 9.5% v. 8.2%.            The Board of Directors has launched a nationwide
                                                                                                                                search for her replacement with a goal to install
   CCF operated with a budget of $1,050,913.                                                                                    a new president by October. Richard Hendry, our
                                                                                                                                most experienced professional, is currently serving as interim president. We have an
   Audited numbers will be available as of September 30th.                                                                      outstanding staff and a board of directors which is made up of many of coastal South
                                                                                                                                Carolina’s civic leaders. We will continue our tradition of growth for the sole purpose
                                                                                                                                of benefiting our region in health and human needs, education and the arts, the envi-
                                                                                                                                ronment, community development, and other areas.
            Distribution of Funds
                                                                                                                                In the year 2005-2006, more than 942 donors invested $11.6 million (up from $9.2
            Area of Interest                                            Granted Amount                Percentage                million last year) to increase existing funds, create news ones and support community
            Arts                                                        $     572,000                     6%                    causes. Another metric of interest and a measure of the generosity of our coastal
            Education                                                       2,245,250                    24%                    community is that per capita giving through CCF based on population and CCF asset
            Environment|Preservation|Animal Welfare                           481,265                     5%                    base ($120 + million for our population of 800,000 = $148 per capita) is comparable
            Health                                                          2,794,400                    32%                    to per capita giving through the Atlanta Community Foundation ($600 million for a
            Human Needs                                                     1,298,000                    14%                    population of 4.2 million = $139 per capita).
            Neighborhood and Community Development                            218.815                     2%
            Other                                                             285,670                     3%                    We look forward to an exciting, productive 2006-2007 year and the opportunity to
            Other Funders                                                     296,379                    11%                    give back in many ways for the wonderful blessings we share.
            Trident United Way (endowment closed)                           1,050,071
            Total                                                       $ 9,426,850                    100%                     John F. Maybank
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Give Back. Look Forward.
Coastal Community Foundation                                                                                                                                            Give Back. Look Forward                                                                                                                                             www.ccfgives.org


                                                                                                                                                                  Mrs. Louise R. Newton                                                                                   Corporations                                           Gifts in Kind
2006 Annual Campaign Tops $170,000                                                                                                                                Dr. and Mrs. W. Eugene Notz
                                                                                                                                                                  Captain and Mrs. Jerry J. Nuss
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Dr. Cynthia C. Swenson
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Dr. and Mrs. Steven E. Swift
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Tamsberg, Jr.*               Asset Management and Planning, LLC                     Mr. Jack Alterman
Meeting the needs of our changing community                                                                                                                       Dr. and Mrs. Alan Nussbaum
                                                                                                                                                                  Dr. and Mrs. Terrence X. O’Brien
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. Tarleton
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Mrs. Henry Tecklenburg, Jr.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Atlantic Coast Life Insurance
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Bennett Hofford Company, Inc.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony E. Bakker
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Blackbaud, Inc.
                                                                                                                                                                  Mr. and Mrs. Brian O’Keefe                          Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Tedesco                      Bon Secours Health System, Inc.                        Bo Sweeney
With these annual gifts, CCF is able to respond to the most pressing needs of our community. Our                                                                  Dr. Patrick M. O’Neil                               Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Terrero                        Clekis & Hricik, LLC                                   Bonnie Adams
                                                                                                                                                                  Mr. and Mrs. John L. Orr*                           Mr. and Mrs. John L. Thompson*                      Carolina First
sincere thanks to the 302 generous donors listed below for your confidence in the CCF board and                                                                   Mr. Roy H. Owen and Ms. Susan P. McClinton          Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Tomlin
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Charleston Battery
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Dale Carnegie Training of SC, LLC                      Charleston Place
staff to make effective grants where the need is greatest.                                                                                                        Mrs. Thomas A. Palmer                               Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Trees*                        E. Boineau and Company                                 City Gallery/Waterfront Park
                                                                                                                                                                  Mrs. Constance S. Parramore                         Mr. and Mrs. George L. Tupper, Jr.                  First Citizens Bank                                    College of the Lowcountry
And a special “thank you” to Wilbur Johnson for his hard work as 2006 Annual Campaign Chair—a                                                                     Mr. Charles W. Patrick and Dr. Celeste H. Patrick   Mr. and Mrs. H. Wayne Unger, Jr.                    First Federal                                          Mary Edna Fraser
job well done!                                                                                                                                                    Ms. Susan Pearlstine*                               Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ustin                           H. Tezza, Inc.                                         General Engineering Laboratories, Inc.
                                                                                                                                                                  Mr. and Mrs. Scott E. Phillips                      Mr. and Mrs. Bradford H. Walker                     Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd, P.A.                          Stephen G. Hoffius
                                                                                                                                                                  Ms. Greer S. Polansky                               Dr. Barbara Morgan and Mr. Fred S. Washington*      Horne/Guest Insurance Agency
All donors listed below contributed to the Annual Campaign (July 1, 2005-June 30, 2006) or helped build                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Intertech
                                                                                                                                                                  Ms. Jan Pomerantz                                   Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Way, Jr.*                   McGuire & Co.
Unrestricted Funds as part of the campaign. This list does not include donors who created funds or helped build                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Jennie Johnson
                                                                                                                                                                  Mr. and Mrs. E. Douglas Pratt-Thomas                Mr. Frank D. Wells, CFM                             McNair Law Firm, P.A.
named funds, or made other gifts during the past year.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Laserprint Imaging Products
                                                                                                                                                                  Dr. and Mrs. David G. Priest                        Dr. and Mrs. James D. Wells, III                    Moise & Associates, PC                                 Mr. and Mrs. Marc W. Levy
                                                                                                                                                                  Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt B. Pringle*                      Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Westbrook                    Pratt-Thomas, Gumb & Co. P.A.
Individuals                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Lotus Flowers
                                                                                                                                                                  Dr. William H. Prioleau, Jr.                        Mr. Aaron A. Whitney                                Rawle Murdy Associates                                 Linda Plunkett
                                                                                                                                                                  Ms. Marijana Radic                                  Mrs. Harriet P. Williams                            Regional Material Handling & Supply, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. Abrams                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    McNair Law Firm, P.A.
                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeMarco                             Dr. and Mrs. Roy A. Howell, Jr.                       Mr. and Mrs. John C. Rama                           Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd B. Williams, Jr.*                T. L. Ilderton Realty & Construction
Reverend and Mrs. John D. Adams                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Mescon’s, Inc.
                                                    Mr. and Mrs. John H. Denning                            Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Huger, Jr.                     Senator and Mrs. Arthur Ravenel, Jr.                Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Williams                      The Beach Company
Jonathan S. Altman, Esq.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Mrs. Cat Heinz New
                                                    Armand G. Derfner, Esq.                                 Mrs. Loretta Hunt                                     Mr. and Mrs. David L. Rawle*                        Mr. and Mrs. W. Robert Wise, III                    The DSI Group, Inc.
Ms. Liz B. Anderson                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Office of Cultural Affairs – City of Charleston
                                                    Dr. and Mrs. Fletcher Derrick                           Mr. Brian A. Hussain                                  Mr. and Mrs. C. Michael Ray                         Ms. Floy Work                                       Town & Country Inn & Trotters
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Applegate                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Pratt-Thomas, Gumb & Company, P.A.
                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Dixon                            Mr. and Mrs. Christopher L. Ibsen                     Dr. W. Steven Ray                                   Dr. and Mrs. G. Frederick Worsham, Jr.              Wachovia Insurance Services, Inc.
Dr. Marguerite Archie-Hudson*                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Linda and Harriet Ripinsky
                                                    Ms. Danica Doe                                          Ms. Christine O. Jackson                              Ms. Harriet R. Ripinsky                             Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Zink                            Williams International, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Avlon                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Eric Shea
                                                    Mr. and Mrs. P. Steven Dopp                             Mrs. Brooke H. Jellison                               Ms. Linda T. Ripinsky
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Mr. and Mrs. James A. Stelling
Dr. Robert E. Babb and Dr. Patricia Gramling Babb   Mr. and Mrs. Gaillard T. Dotterer                       Mr. and Mrs. John T. Jenkins, Jr.                     Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Buist Rivers, Jr.                Past Chairs—Gifts to                                Foundations and Non-Profits                            Bo Sweeney
Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Bagnal, Jr.                   Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Drew, III                        Dr. Joseph M. Jenrette, III*                          Mrs. Kathleen H. Rivers
Mr. and Mrs. Archie E. Baker                        Mr. Walter V. Duane                                     Mr. Wilbur E. Johnson*                                Dr. and Mrs. Thomas P. R. Rivers                    Unrestricted Funds                                  American Express Foundation Employee
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Trees
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Ballenger                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Turner Family Foundation
                                                    Dr. and Mrs. David M. Ellison                           Dr. and Mrs. John B. Johnston                         Mr. and Mrs. Claron A. Robertson, III                                                                    Gift Match Program
Mr. and Mrs. Gary C. Banks, Jr.*                                                                                                                                                                                      Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. R. Bennett                                                                          Anita and Jerry Zucker
                                                    Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Eubanks                              Mr. and Mrs. Ellis I. Kahn                            Mr. and Mrs. E. Adolph Rodenberg, Jr.                                                                   Atlantic Services of Charleston Charitable Trust
Dr. and Mrs. William H. Barnwell, II                Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Ewing, II                                                                                 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M. Rogerson                      Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Blackford, III                BellSouth Corporation Matching Gift Center
                                                                                                            Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Keenan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Mr. and Mrs. Howard D. Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. F. Daniel Batten, III                  Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Fair, Jr.*                        Mr. H. Louie Koester and Dr. Gene Elizabeth Burges*   Dr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Rosen
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Mr. Wilbur E. Johnson
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Charleston Jewish Federation                           In Memoriam
Ms. Christine E. Beddia                             Mr. and Mrs. William A. Finn                            Dr. and Mrs. Richard LaMont                           Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I. Rosen                                                                            Christopher Edwards Foundation, Inc.
Mrs. Alwyn E. Berlin                                Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fishman                                                                                      Mr. and Mrs. A. Arthur Rosenblum                    Mr. and Mrs. Bruce D. Murdy                         Philip and Linda LeSourd Lader Foundation
                                                                                                            Ms. Julia M. Lamson-Scribner and Mr. John M. Henty                                                                                                                                                                   To those who established funds at CCF during their
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Blackford, III                Ms. Cindy M. Floyd                                                                                            Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Rosenzweig                   Dr. Linda M. Plunkett and                           Mount Pleasant Business and Professional Association
                                                                                                            Dr. and Mrs. Gary O. Leonard                                                                                                                                                                                         lifetime and/or served on the board, we will miss
Mr. William J. Vuicich and Ms. Nancy Bloodgood      Mrs. B. Lynn Freeman                                                                                          Mr. Seymour Rudich                                   Mr. Ronald C. Plunkett                             Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving
                                                                                                            Mr. Allan M. Levin                                                                                                                                                                                                   your generosity and friendship and will continue to
Mr. Brett A. Bluestein                              Mr. and Mrs. J. Palmer Gaillard, III                                                                          Dr. and Mrs. Wilson B. Rumble                       Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Smythe, Jr.                   The Simpson Foundation
                                                                                                            Dr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Lewis                                                                                                                                                                                         honor your charitable wishes and spirit.
Dr. and Mrs. John G. P. Boatwright, Jr.             Ms. Angelica P. Gamble                                                                                        Dr. and Mrs. Everard O. Rutledge*                   Dr. and Mrs. Theodore S. Stern                      Susan R. and John W. Sullivan Foundation
                                                                                                            Mr. and Mrs. John P. Linton
Ms. Carroll Ann Bowers                              Mr. and Mrs. George R. Geer, Jr.*                                                                             Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Saltzman*                      Mr. and Mrs. John H. Tiencken, Jr.                  Trident United Way
                                                                                                            Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lipsky                                                                                                                                                                                           Juanita W. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Braddock, Jr.*              Mr. Jim Geffert                                         Mr. and Mrs. James D. Lubs*                           Mr. Yancey W. Scarborough, Jr.                                                                          Wachovia Foundation Matching Gifts Program             Julius E. Burges
Dr. and Mrs. Howard L. Brilliant                    Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Gherlein                         Mr. and Mrs. Clinton K. Lucas                         Mr. Michael A. Scardato                             Donor-Advised Fund Transfers                        Jerry and Anita Zucker Family Foundation               Howard F. Burky
Mr. Julius E. Burges                                Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gilbert                              Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Lybecker                       Mr. and Mrs. Burton R. Schools*                                                                                                                                Joseva van Gent Edell
Mr. and Mrs. David Burress                          Ms. Ann L. Green                                        Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Lynch*                           Mr. and Mrs. Gordon D. Schreck                      Amanda’s Fund
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Robert C. Heffron
Colonel and Mrs. J. E. Burrows                      Dr. and Mrs. Michael G. Griffith*                       Mr. Michael T. Maher and Ms. Andra L. Watkins         Dr. Gerald J. Shealy                                Elizabeth Tarrant Anderson Endowment For Children
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Samuel F. Lyons
Mr. Lawrence F. Burtschy                            Major General and Mrs. James A. Grimsley, Jr.           Dr. and Mrs. Charles K. Marshall                      Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Shortridge, Jr.*            Bakker Family Fund
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Margaret A.P. McGee
Mr. Joseph W. Cabaniss                              Major General and Mrs. John S. Grinalds, USMC (Ret.)    Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Martschink, III                  Mr. and Mrs. J. Daniel Simon                        Howard F. Burky Fund
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 George W. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. R. Ross Campbell                       Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Griswold                           Mr. Newton J. Smith and Mrs. Susan H. Marus           Mr. S. Stoney Simons                                Gladly Giving More Fund
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Anne T. Schachte
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Campsen, III                 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard S. Groseclose, Jr.                 Mr. and Mrs. G. Simms McDowell, III*                  The Simpson Foundation                              Kellogg Family Fund
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Audrey G. Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Cheatham*                    Mr. and Mrs. Barry D. Gumb*                             Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. McDowell*                      Dr. and Mrs. William M. Simpson, Jr.                Kent Family Fund
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Chitty*                     Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Gustafson                       Mr. and Mrs. T. Hunter McEaddy                        Mr. and Mrs. Irvin J. Slotchiver*                   Ketner Endowment
Dr. Erbert F. Cicenia                               Mr. Richard L. Habersham                                Joseph H. and Evelyn M. McGee Fund*                   Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Small                            Elizabeth C. Rivers Lewine Endowment
Clekis & Hricik, LLC                                Mr. and Mrs. H. Brewton Hagood                          Ms. Madeleine S. McGee                                Mr. and Mrs. William R. Smart                       John F. and Katherine M. Maybank Fund
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Cochrane                      Mr. and Mrs. Andrew HaLevi                              Dr. and Mrs. Stephen McLeod-Bryant*                   Dr. and Mrs. Charles D. Smith, III                  Joseph H. and Evelyn M. McGee Fund
Mr. and Mrs. David L. Cohen*                        Alvin J. Hammer, Esq.                                   Mr. and Mrs. William G. Medich                        Mrs. P. Frank Smith                                 New Morning Foundation Fund
Mrs. Dorothy G. Cohen                               Mr. and Mrs. Christian H. Hartley                       Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Meyerson                       Mrs. Henry B. Smythe                                Phillips Family Fund                                                                                           Special Thanks to...
Dr. and Mrs. John A. Colwell                        Mrs. Charlotte McCrady Hastie                           Mr. and Mrs. John E. Milkereit                        Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Smythe, Jr.*                  Joan Coulter Pittman Fund
The Honorable and Mrs. Irvin G. Condon              Mr. Frederick J. Heldrich and Dr. Cynthia M. Heldrich   Mr. and Mrs. George W. Miller*                        Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Solomon*                        James and Kathleen Ramich Family Fund                                                                          Charleston Place for generously
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Cooper                       Mr. and Mrs. William S. Helmly                          Dr. and Mrs. K. Scott Miller                          Mr. and Mrs. R. Dauer Stackpole*                    Jean and James Rion Endowment                                                                                  hosting CCF events for donors and
Mr. Ronnie Crosby                                   Mr. Richard F. Hendry                                   Captain Vincent J. Mitchell,                          Mr. and Mrs. Chris B. Staubes, Jr., Esq.            Thornhill Charities Fund
Mrs. Richard M. Cutler, Sr.                         Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hiott, Jr.                            U.S. Coast Guard (Ret)                               Ms. Jennie L. Stephens                              Wando-Huger Community Fund                                                                                     non-profits throughout the year in
Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Dacey                          Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Hoey, Jr.*                         Dr. Edward C. Morrison                                Mr. and Mrs. John D. Stewart*                       Glenn F. and Mary U. Workman Endowment                                                                         the most elegant and mouth-
Dr. Charles P. Darby, Jr.                           Mr. and Mrs. David B. Hoffman                           Mr. and Mrs. Alan A. Moses                            Mr. Robert J. Stine                                                                                                                                                watering way. You are ACES!
Mr. John G. Davis                                   Mr. Paul K. Hooker                                      Mr. and Mrs. Danny H. Mullis                          Patrick F. Stringer, Esq.
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Dell                             Mr. and Mrs. J. Travis Howell                           Mr. and Mrs. James C. Murray                          Mary L. Svendsen, Ph.D.                             *Board Members—Current and Past

				
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