LISC Jacksonville partnered with GGCCT to address property tax delinquency and to provide legal services to solve heirs property problems for Nassau County's Gullah/Geechee residents, in addition to a GIS pilot program. LISC has made a commitment to expand these programs in 2024.

In 2022, GS4GND awarded GGCCT a $42,000 grant to provide legal heirs property legal services for Gullah/Geechee landowners. GGCCT received a $7,000 mini grant from #FL4GND in November 2023 to provide Rapid Response assistance to Gullah/Geechee residents facing climate consequences.

As the premiere advocacy organization for Gullah/Geechee people on the South Atlantic coast, the Coalition has collaborated with GGCCT to maximize funding opportunities and co-lead community initiatives.

Working closely with the Gullah/Geechee people at the community level, the Angel Network designs programs that reach all age groups and equips other nonprofits like GGCCT to use culture and the arts for community change.