#ThrowbackThursday -- In 1886, Jekyll Island was purchased by the Jekyll Island Club, a turn-of-the century vacation resort patronized by the nation’s leading families.
September 21 • 1:17 PM
Dear Foundation Friends,
When you visit Jekyll Island, it’s almost impossible NOT to take great pictures. You probably have a few on your smart phone of yourself with Jekyll’s pristine beauty or historic buildings in the background. If this is indeed the case, why not share? Post them to facebook and instagram using #JekyllIslandFoundation. Chances are you’ll see them here, and help us make even more friends!
September 18 • 9:28 PM
The Jekyll Island Authority’s, Georgia Sea Turtle Center is pleased to announce the installation of the brand new Discovery Station exhibit brought to our public through the support of the Jekyll Island Foundation. This interactive display is designed to bring the cool science of wildlife rehabilitation to our general audience. Read more:
August 30 • 12:11 PM
We can help to elevate your experience at the 2017 Jekyll Island Shrimp & Grits Festival, September 15-17. Relax in our comfortable living room setting while enjoying live music, complimentary fresh hors d’oeuvres, beverages & spirits plus clean and spacious private restrooms for members only. Just purchase a Jekyll Island Foundation Membership of $500 or more. Become a member today: http://bit.ly/2i5RtxV
August 22 • 8:44 PM
Become a Member of the Jekyll Island Foundation and you'll receive tickets to our Jekyll Island Foundation Member's Lounge at the 2017 Jekyll Island Shrimp & Grits Festival*, September 15-17. Join today: http://bit.ly/2i5RtxV [*Silver Level Membership or higher]
August 17 • 2:38 PM
Are you attending the 2017 Jekyll Island Shrimp & Grits Festival? If so, become a Jekyll Island Foundation Member at $500 or more and you'll receive tickets to our exclusive Jekyll Island Foundation Members' Lounge, plus the benefits of the level you choose. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2i5RtxV
August 12 • 9:21 PM
When you transfer some of your long held securities to the Jekyll Island Foundation, not only do you receive a charitable tax deduction equal to the full, fair market value of the securities, you pay no capital gains and neither does the Foundation. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2hUkAUN