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GCCF Welcomes Paul Guichet

GCCF Welcomes Paul Guichet

The Gulf Coast Community Foundation is pleased to announce that Paul Guichet is joining the Foundation as Chief Operating Officer. Paul, a New Orleans native but longtime Gulf Coast resident, has a thirty-eight years career in banking and finance, having held senior management positions in retail banking, personal trust, investor relations, corporate governance, communications, and business development. A strong believer in community service, Paul has also been very active in many local...

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GCCF Partners with Knight Foundation Offering Grants to Local Art Organizations During COVID-19

GCCF Partners with Knight Foundation Offering Grants to Local Art Organizations During COVID-19

Many non-profit art groups (galleries, theaters, symphonies) and museums are struggling. In partnership with the Knight Foundation, Gulf Coast Community Foundation reached out to these groups to discuss their specific needs and offer grant funding to help them operate during COVID-19. Funding could include, but would not be limited to addressing social distancing, safety and regulatory requirements needed to operate; determining ways to operate digitally or remotely; or even supplementing...

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Gulf Coast Community Foundation and United Way of South Mississippi Announce Grants to Local Nonprofits in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

Gulf Coast Community Foundation and United Way of South Mississippi Announce Grants to Local Nonprofits in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

GULFPORT, Miss—April 27, 2020—The Gulf Coast Community Foundation and United Way of South Mississippi, working in partnership, announce today that $35,000 in grants were awarded to two local nonprofit agencies to address direct needs due to disruptions, loss of jobs significant changes to services and other consequences associated with the response to COVID-19, in support of the essential needs of individuals and families facing significant financial difficulties. The following agencies...

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Hancock Whitney donates to the Community Foundation COVID Fund to assist Moss Point

Hancock Whitney donates to the Community Foundation COVID Fund to assist Moss Point

GULFPORT, Miss. (April 16, 2020)— Hancock Whitney donates $25,000 to the South Mississippi COVID-19 Relief and Recovery Fund established and administered by the Gulf Coast Community Foundation to support relief and recovery efforts in South Mississippi. The Community Foundation will use this contribution, as requested by Hancock Whitney, to help the City of Moss Point purchase critically needed technology and equipment to respond to the COVID-19 crisis. “With Moss Point among the South...

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Gulf Coast Community Foundation… Still Here, Still Helping

Gulf Coast Community Foundation… Still Here, Still Helping

Community Foundation Establishes a COVID-19 Fund for South Mississippi For over 30 years, the Gulf Coast Community Foundation has helped meet emerging community needs. After Hurricane Katrina, the Community Foundation was privileged to help local, state and national donors invest over $65 million in recovery efforts across South Mississippi.  Ten years ago, the Community Foundation worked with local communities to respond to the BP Oil Spill. Coastal Mississippi is again facing another...

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Gulf Coast Community Foundation and United Way of South Mississippi Announce Grants to Local Nonprofits in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

Gulf Coast Community Foundation and United Way of South Mississippi Announce Grants to Local Non Profits In Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

United Way of South Mississippi and the Gulf Coast Community Foundation, working in partnership, announce today that $65,000 in grants were awarded to four local nonprofit agencies to address direct needs due to disruptions, loss of jobs, significant changes to services, and other consequences associated with the response to COVID-19, in support of the essential needs of individuals and families facing significant financial difficulties. The following agencies received grants: Catholic...

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