The Long Cove Fund will be accepting applications starting Jan. 15 for grants that will be made this year to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations in Beaufort and Jasper counties.

To be considered, organizations should have plans for a project to improve health, housing, hunger or educational issues. The deadline for applications is March 31.

The application and all pertinent information can be found, beginning Jan. 15, at longcoveclub.com under the “People” tab and “Caring Community.”

For more information about the application, contact Jordan Potter at jpotter@longcoveclub.com or 843-686-1070. 

Those who received Long Cove Fund grant in 2020 should submit their interim report prior to the March 1 deadline in order to be considered for a grant in 2021.

The mission of the Long Cove Fund, administered through the Long Cove Fund Charitable Advisory Committee, is to encourage and support charitable giving by members of Long Cove Club and to provide grants to nonprofits in support of current needs in the areas of health, housing, hunger and education in Beaufort and Jasper counties, with particular focus on programs serving Hilton Head Island and Bluffton.

The Long Cove Fund was created in 2003 by the directors of Long Cove Club in collaboration with the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry and from tax-deductible donations by Long Cove members.

Long Cove Club is the first residential Community on Hilton Head to establish a charitable endowment fund. Since its inception, $1,350,641 has been awarded to local nonprofits.