Seabrook Island Green Space Conservancy

The Seabrook Island Green Space Conservancy’s mission is to preserve the natural environment on Seabrook Island through acquisition of land and land easements.

Yesterday…Today… Forever!

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The Green Space Conservancy gives thanks for Seabrook Island's natural beauty and the generosity of our community. Together we have saved dozens of properties in the past 17 years, keeping over
22 acres of land green.

The SIGSC was incorporated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation on January 5, 2000 as the Seabrook Island Community Foundation, federal tax ID #57-1090055. The name was officially changed to the Seabrook Island Green Space Conservancy in February 2003. In the seventeen years of its existence the SIGSC has received over 22 acres in land contributions and purchases with a total value of more than $10 million. This land has been turned over to the SIPOA and the people of Seabrook Island.

Below are several ways you can support the Conservancy. Any other ideas are always appreciated

Direct cash/securities donations

Property donations

Attending the Annual Gala

Donating or purchasing an item at the Gala auction

Any Contribution is Appreciated

Ways You Can Help


The SIGSC's mission is to preserve and enhance the natural environment on Seabrook Island through acquisition of land and land easements, through education on environmental topics and through advocacy  of conservation issues.


Land will be acquired by either donation or purchase. Land acquired and easements obtained will be transferred to the SIPOA for oversight and maintenance.

22  Acres
and Counting!

Annual Green Space Gala

Nancy Island Preserved!

Seabrooker Larry Bradham donated Nancy Island to the Green Space Conservancy


is the new Black

in ‘18!

Thanks to the generosity and continuing support of Seabrookers, the Green Space Conservancy raised over $66,000 at the
Gala on March 18.
Since 2000, the Conservancy has preserved dozens of properties as permanent green space. We are deeply grateful to everyone for sharing in the effort to keep our beloved Seabrook Island “Green”.

Undeveloped land on Seabrook Island not only provides scenic vistas but helps maintain a fragile ecosystem.

Green Space Protects|

Wildlife Diversity!

Over 180 bird species

Ecological balance is especially critical on barrier islands. The effects of tidal erosion and shifting dune lines requires active maintenance and stewardship.

30+ amphibians species

30+ types of Mammals