Attorney Steven Goldberg Joins Governing Board of Coastal Community Foundation

08-15-2014

Attorney Steven Goldberg Joins Governing Board of Coastal Community Foundation

goldbergAttorney Steven Goldberg was recently appointed to the governing board of the Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina!

The Coastal Community Foundation was founded in 1974 and is dedicated to helping individuals, families, and organizations facilitate long-term, impactful charitable giving. Their mission is to “foster philanthropy for the lasting good of the community.” The Foundation works to create unique, tailored philanthropy plans for each individual donor, and “empowers recipient organizations to expand services, create new initiatives, and implement long-term programming.” They help manage assets, provide assistance with grants, and offer all the information needed for making decisions on charitable giving and supporting non-profit organizations.

The Coastal Community Foundation has offices in Charleston and Beaufort, and serves several areas in South Carolina, including Charleston, Beaufort, Berkeley, Colleton, Dorchester, Georgetown, Hampton, and Jasper counties.

Steven Goldberg is excited to assist the board in their decision-making, and will undoubtedly be an invaluable asset to the Coastal Community Foundation and their affiliates. We congratulate Mr. Goldberg on his achievements and look forward to his continued service in the Charleston community.

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