WAYS TO GET INVOLVED
We need your support – through your time, talents and resources to achieve the vitally important task of establishing a foundation for the work of the Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor Commission. The time has never been more critical for friends, supporters and advocates of equality, community development, activism and social justice to join us for the sake of our shared humanity. Become engaged in our endeavor to nurture, sustain, preserve, promote and learn from the tangible and intangible treasures of Gullah Geechee culture.
Your gift can help our mission and ensure our success. We are a nonprofit 501(c)(3) and charitable contributions are tax deductible. Become a donor, sponsor, friend, affiliate or more. Your gift will help us in developing and sponsoring programs to preserve and protect Gullah Geechee culture and history as well as provide resources for sustainable Gullah Geechee communities.
ATTEND A PUBLIC MEETING
Public meetings are held quarterly with Commission sessions on Fridays and Public Meetings on Saturday mornings. Each state in the Corridor will host one meeting per year. Commission sessions are held on Fridays. The Friday Commission meeting is open to the public? At the Saturday meetings, the public is welcome to speak on concerns and issues or educate the Commissioners and attendees about their community or organization efforts. Speakers and presenters are limited to three minutes.
CONTACT YOUR LOCAL COMMISSIONER
Do you have a question about a community issue, want to know what is happening in your area or have news you wish to share? Commissioners are here to serve the communities in their states. To contact your local or state Commissioner email us or call us at 843-818-4587.
REQUEST A SPEAKER
We frequently receive requests for speakers or presentations about the Corridor and Commission. We try to accommodate requests based on our schedule, availability and travel cost. To request a speaker please complete the online form or download a form.
Partnerships are agreements between the Commission and an organization or entity that are mutually beneficial to all parties while fulfilling the mission and goals of the Commission as outlined in the Management Plan. Learn more.