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Day of Great Thanksgiving

Day of Great Thanksgiving

Join Us for a Day of Great Thanksgiving Doesn’t it seem like the holidays were just here? How fast the time goes! That means our Day of Great Thanksgiving will be here before you know it, and we need you to help make it as special as possible.  As always, we’ll gather...

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Thankful to be Together

Thankful to be Together

Dear Friend, When God said in Genesis 2:18 that it’s not good for man to be alone, He meant more than marriage. He meant relationships: family, friends, church, neighborhoods, all the social ties that bind us together. That’s especially true during the holiday season,...

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HOMELESSNESS IN SAVANNAH

The Old Savannah City Mission is a local 501(c)(3) funded by people who care about the less fortunate and demonstrate it by giving of their time, talent and treasure.

The Mission works with a bare-bone Staff of seven employees. This community’s dedicated servants work with hundreds of volunteers to deliver services to Savannah’s most vulnerable and needy citizens in a highly cost effective way.

our focus

 

FOOD + CLOTHING + SHELTER

RECOVERY SERVICES

DISCIPLESHIP

JOB + LIFE SKILLS TRAINING

OUR EFFORTS

STATS ARE REFLECTIVE OF 2019

 

nights of shelter and shelter services

nutritious meals prepared for those in need

nights of emergency shelter each month

beds in an emergency shelter

days of operation during 2019

stories of change

Kenneth

Kenneth always knew that God didn’t create him to be an addict. But he idolized his dad, and as a young teenager, he followed in his father’s footsteps down a long destructive road of drinking, drugs, women, prison, and homelessness.

Help Change Lives

In Georgia, a person is considered homeless if they do not have access to traditional or permanent housing that is safe, sanitary, decent, and affordable. Individuals and families who are living on the streets or in homeless camps, shelters, motels, or their vehicles are all considered homeless.

Help Change a life

The Mission works with a bare-bone Staff of seven employees. This community's dedicated servants work with hundreds of volunteers to deliver services to Savannah's most vulnerable and needy citizens in a highly cost effective way.