Adopt An Ossabaw Island Donkey
The Ossabaw Island Foundation raises 1/3 of our operating budget from island use fees. The spring and summer are our busiest seasons and vital to our operations. The COVID-19 pandemic has knocked a $53,000 hole in our budget. Please consider supporting Ossabaw Island Foundation.
Ossabaw Island is a 26,000-acre undeveloped barrier island on the Atlantic Ocean, owned by the State of Georgia and located in Chatham County. Georgia’s first Heritage Preserve, accessible only by boat, is undeveloped and set aside by an Executive Order for natural, scientific and cultural study, research and education; and for environmentally sound preservation, conservation and management of the island’s ecosystem.
The Ossabaw Island Foundation (TOIF) is a non-profit 501 (c) 3. Through a partnership with the State of Georgia, TOIF inspires, promotes, and manages exceptional educational, cultural, and scientific programs that are designed to maximize the experience of Ossabaw Island, while minimizing the impact on the island’s resources.
Vimeo works, despite the privacy settings notice, enjoy the flyover of Ossabaw Island.