Annual Report Snapshot

You don’t have to be a millionaire to be a philanthropist and we believe that we exist to Encourage Giving, Inspire Action and Improve Lives in South Georgia.

Dear Friends,

It has truly been an amazing year at the Community Foundation of South Georgia. In 2015, we celebrated 19 years of service, surpassed a major grant-making milestone and moved our offices to a new home in downtown Thomasville, Georgia. Amidst some of the changes we underwent, one thing remained constant, the generosity and selflessness of the donors that we work with. Each day we are blessed to connect these caring people with causes that matter in South Georgia and beyond.

As we head into the New Year, we are excited to see what the future holds not only for CFSGA, but for the communities in which we live. We look forward to identifying community needs and developing long-term solutions hand-in-hand with our generous donors. Thank you for your continued partnership in making a difference for generations to come.

Sincerely,

Russ Henry

Chairman

David Carlton

President

IN 2015, WE CELEBRATED HAVING MADE $100 MILLION IN GRANTS SINCE WE WERE FOUNDED IN 1996.

While this milestone is exciting, we were also able to accomplish the following this year alone:

Grants to 516 Non-Profits

In Grants Awarded

In Scholarships

In Gifts

New Funds Established

In Total Assets

STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION DECEMBER 31, 2015

The total for Liabilities & Net Assets:

How It Breaks Down…

TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS: $51,892,880

TOTAL OTHER ASSETS: $197,788

$52,357,324 TOTAL ASSETS

TOTAL LIABILITIES: $8,326,917

TOTAL UNRESTRICTED: $43,571,923

$52,357,324 TOTAL LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS

HERE ARE OUR GRANTS BY PROGRAM AREA FOR 2015.

Donors make the recommendations for grants to organizations of their choice, we handle all administration and due diligence. These funds allow donors to take an active role in their communities through philanthropy.

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