2021 Annual Report

A recap of our 2021 efforts and our community supporters who made it possible.

Spring Appeal

Your contribution allows us to build on our success and further our mission.

Please consider a gift to our Annual Fund.

New President & CEO Announced

Leonard M. Lee to lead the SouthCoast Community Foundation starting in May.

Expanding Early Education and Child Care Opportunities

Newly published report commissioned by the Community Foundation illuminates pain points and opportunities.

Our mission is to mobilize philanthropy

by matching donors and resources with community needs

for the benefit of our region.

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Blog & Events

27th Annual Meeting Recap

After two years of being remote, it was a treat to gather in person for our 27th Annual Meeting to recap our 2021 accomplishments and provide an opportunity for community partners and friends to get to know our new...

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2022 Scholarship Reception

2022 Scholarship Reception

On May 25th, 64 local students gathered at the Buttonwood Park Zoo for the SouthCoast Community Foundation Scholarship Reception to receive their awards totaling more than $514,000. This year’s recipients were chosen from a pool of more than 1100...

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Since 1995, area residents have been turning to the SouthCoast Community Foundation to make their philanthropic giving as effective as possible. The Community Foundation is a tax-exempt, public charity serving thousands of people who share a common concern for improving the quality of life for all in Southeastern Massachusetts.

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