Category: Press

Correll to be honored for philanthropic endeavors

Pete Correll’s legacy in Brunswick has been cemented with his generosity over the years.

A Brunswick native, Correll served as the CEO and chairman of the board of Georgia-Pacific from 1993-2005.

A successful businessman, Correll has supported the Boys and Girls Club of Southeast Georgia, College of Coastal Georgia, and most recently Hand in Hand of Glynn, where the Correll Family Foundation has…

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Housing the homeless: Non-profit planning tiny house community for Georgia’s homeless

BRUNSWICK, Ga. — ‘Tiny but mighty’ is the motto for a south Georgia non-profit that is putting a focus on housing the homeless.
The founders of Hand in Hand of Glynn Inc. are making their mark in Brunswick by bringing attention to – and building a tiny house community for – the homeless…

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December Update and A Christmas Wish

Dear Friends of Hand in Hand:
We are thrilled to introduce you to our new website: www.Handinhandofglynn.org
You are just a click away from the latest information on all our activities; our site for 60 tiny homes to house our residents; an update on our plans for the Community Center, and all the services we will provide our residents!

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Thank you 100 Women Who Care

Dear Friends of Hand in Hand:
We are thrilled to introduce you to our new website: www.Handinhandofglynn.org
You are just a click away from the latest information on all our activities; our site for 60 tiny homes to house our residents; an update on our plans for the Community Center, and all the services we will provide our residents!

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We are thrilled to introduce you to our new website

Dear Friends of Hand in Hand:
We are thrilled to introduce you to our new website: www.Handinhandofglynn.org
You are just a click away from the latest information on all our activities; our site for 60 tiny homes to house our residents; an update on our plans for the Community Center, and all the services we will provide our residents!

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Tiny house community being built to help the homeless population in Brunswick

Tiny house community being built to help the homeless population in Brunswick. Video Article by First Coast News Author: Robert Bradfield

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Homes for the homeless

Anne Stembler, the nonprofit’s president, said the majority of residences will be built behind the church building. She said there is plenty of room on the 4.25-acre site for the project and most of the development won’t be visible by passing motorists.

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