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Greater Chapin Community Foundation Awards $21,500 to 15 Local Nonprofit Organizations

$21,500 has been awarded to 15 nonprofit organizations by Greater Chapin Community Foundation (GCCF). The grants recognize nonprofit organizations in the Greater Chapin area that provide for the needs of local citizens, develop tomorrow’s leaders, preserve community history and enhance public good through the arts.

“GCCF is proud to deliver on its promise to our donors by investing in these incredible organizations whose vital work will benefit our community and its residents for years to come,” said Nicholle Burroughs, Chair of Greater Chapin Community Foundation.

The following nonprofit organizations received grants from GCCF:

  • American Legion Auxiliary Unit 193
  • American Legion Post 193
  • Boys Farm Inc.
  • Chapin Community Theatre, Inc.
  • Chapin We Care Center
  • Crooked Creek Art League
  • Girl Scouts of South Carolina Mountains to Midlands
  • Good Works
  • Junior Achievement of Greater South Carolina
  • Multiplying Good
  • Palmetto Conservation Foundation
  • The Courage Center
  • The Justin Pepper Foundation
  • The Period Project
  • Troop Appreciation Foundation

GCCF is an endowment publicly funded by and for the people living in Chapin, Ballentine, White Rock, Peak and Prosperity as well as other nearby communities. GCCF is an affiliate of Central Carolina Community Foundation, who provides investment management and administrative services. Greater Chapin Community Foundation’s goal is to grow philanthropy in the Greater Chapin area.

Greater Chapin Community Foundation encourages donations to enhance and grow the endowment so the fund can support an increasing number of Greater Chapin organizations. Each year GCCF donates all proceeds generated from the endowment fund to local nonprofit organizations.

For more information on GCCF, or to donate to support the community, visit: