Grande Dunes Donates Proceeds from Concert to Local Nonprofit Helping Survivors of Homelessness
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (PRWEB) OCTOBER 29, 2019
Grande Dunes, a master-planned community located in Myrtle Beach, SC has donated the proceeds of their latest on-property event to New Directions, a local nonprofit helping men, women and families find temporary housing.
The concert, Water Music at Marina Park, was performed by The Long Bay Symphony, an orchestra based in the Grand Strand. Considered a favorite of residents, this is the third time they have performed at Marina Park. In addition to classical music, attendees enjoyed an oyster roast hosted by Grande Dunes, featuring flame-roasted oysters, beer, wine, spirits and more. Several local food trucks were also present, offering a variety of local dishes. The first 100 guests of the event received a free blanket commemorating the Grande Dunes 20th anniversary.
The check presentation ceremony then occurred on October 11, 2019. Grande Dunes Lifestyle Director Peggy Davis presented a check in the amount of $1,255.00 to New Directions. The South Carolina-based nonprofit will use the donation in their efforts to provide temporary shelter for those recovering from homelessness and are in need of support as they start a new chapter of their lives.
“We were thrilled that The Long Bay Symphony was able to deliver an amazing performance once again for our residents. This event presented us with an amazing opportunity to support one of our favorite nonprofits in the area,” said Davis.
Grande Dunes contributes to a local nonprofit for each event they host, allowing the community to give back in a variety of ways. Their 2019 event season is scheduled to end with Ghosts on the Coast on October 26th, a family-friendly Halloween party that will benefit the Susan G. Komen South Carolina Chapter.
Visit GrandeHalloween.com to learn more about this upcoming event.
About Grande Dunes
Grande Dunes is a 2,600-acre master-planned community located in Myrtle Beach, SC. Upon completion, the community will have approximately 5,000 single-family homes, villas, homesites and 2 million square feet of retail and commercial properties. Grande Dunes stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to the west of the Intracoastal Waterway, and from Water Tower Road to Grissom Parkway. Homes start from the low $200,000s to more than a million dollars.
Adding to the value of the community is a range of private and public club amenities including the semi-private Members Club and golf courses, including an 18–hole Nick Price/Craig Schreiner designed championship course. The private 25,000 square foot Ocean Club and resort-style pool offer beach access to the Atlantic Ocean. Grande Dunes Tennis Center offers 10 Har-Tru clay courts that are nestled along the Intracoastal Waterway. Located on the Intracoastal Waterway is the 126-slip Marina at Grande Dunes and the popular Anchor Café. At the southern edge of the community is the Claire Chapin Epps Family YMCA.
This year, Grande Dunes is celebrating its 20th anniversary by offering a variety of events at the on-property venue, Marina Park. Events range from concerts, movies and Derby Day to family-friendly events. All are open to the public. For more information and a calendar of events, visit https://grandedunes.com/twenty-years-of-living-grande/.