Leave a lasting legacy on the Coastal Georgia Community by including United Way of Coastal Georgia in your will or utilizing a deferred giving vehicle (e.g. charitable remainder trusts, annuity trusts etc.). A planned gift results from the donor’s careful consideration of a number of important factors including the purpose of the gift, the assets to be used to fund the gift, timing, income tax and estate planning scenarios, and the impact on family and friends. We can help evaluate your giving options and work with your financial advisors to choose an approach that works best for you. Email Justin Callaway, President & CEO, or call 912-265-1850 to find out more!
United Way of Coastal Georgia recognizes how every dollar from every donor works to change lives in our community. Those giving at a leadership level demonstrate a deep commitment to to our mission and set a standard for community leadership. Learn more by visiting our Leadership Giving page or contacting Kalista Morton, Director of Development & Marketing.
You can see firsthand how your dollars impact our community by joining the Community Investment Committee. Each year the committee of approximately 25 members collectively spend hundreds of hours learning about the amazing work of local organizations, reviewing funding requests, and making allocation decisions. This rewarding experience is a great way to get involved in the community! For more information on CIC, email Janelle Harvey, Director of Community Impact, or call 912-265-1850.
The United Way of Coastal Georgia volunteer Center works to foster and develop volunteerism by promoting benefits, building local capacity, providing leadership on issues related to volunteerism, and connecting individuals and groups with opportunities to serve. Visit our Volunteer page or connect with Janelle Harvey, Director of Community Impact.
United Way of Coastal Georgia’s Community Leadership Council (CLC) was started to enhance leadership skills and increase diverse volunteer participation in local nonprofit agencies. With 8 training sessions and a year-long internship, the program aims to identify, train, and place diverse leaders into nonprofit board and leadership positions throughout the region. Learn more by visiting the Community Leadership Council page or by emailing email@example.com.