‘Members Making News’ Monday

Wexford Plantation Charitable Foundations Donates Over $80,000 to Local Charities 

Last month, on Thursday, February 13th, 2014 the Wexford Plantation Charitable Foundation hosted their second annual Grant Awards Luncheon at the Wexford Clubhouse at 11:30 am, sponsored by South Carolina Bank and Trust.  The Wexford Plantation Charitable Foundation granted $80,073 to fourteen local charities.

The Boys & Girls Club was awarded $6,000.  The Children’s Center was awarded $3,000.  The Children’s Relief Fund was awarded $6,000.  Family Promise was awarded $9,000.  Grateful Hearts Soup Kitchen was awarded $2,000.  Hope Haven was awarded $4,000.  Literacy Volunteers of the Lowcountry was awarded $7,000.  Meals on Wheels was awarded $6,653.  Memory Matters was awarded $8,000.  Neighborhood Outreach Connection was awarded $7,500.  Sandalwood Food Pantry was awarded $5,000.  Second Helpings was awarded $5,000.  Volunteers in Medicine was awarded $4,920.  Wish Upon a Horse was awarded $6,000.

According to the Chairman of the Wexford Plantation Charitable Foundation, Jim Hicks, “The success of the Wexford Foundation is a reflection of the compassionate nature of the Members of the Wexford Community.  The engagement of our Members allows the Foundation to support partner charities that make a real difference on Hilton Head Island.  These charities all enable the success of their clients.  We are pleased to be a part of such a powerful relationship.”

Wexford Plantation Charitable Foundation Awards Luncheon_blog


Event announcements can be viewed in the following:
The Island Packet (Feb. 13, 2014)
Hilton Head Monthly (March 2014), page 145

 About Wexford Plantation Charitable Foundation

The Wexford Plantation Charitable Foundation was established in 2012 to support charities providing humanitarian services to residents of Beaufort County with a focus on the needs of Hilton Head Island residents.  The Wexford Plantation Charitable Foundation is a 501(c)(3) approved charitable organization governed by a Board of Trustees and funded by committees such as Grants and Events.

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