The Savannah Tour of Homes & Gardens filters thousands of dollars in donations back into the community each year. Major fund recipients include Historic Savannah Foundation, Ardsley Park/Chatham Crescent Garden Club, and the Women of Christ Church Anglican (WCCA), who distribute funds to many local charities.
Some of the recent organizations supported by WCCA include:
Focusing on on the educational needs of downtown Savannah adults to expand their worldview and to help them achieve the purpose for their life.
Heads Up Guidance Services (H.U.G.S.)
H.U.G.S. provides a full range of therapeutic, educational, and vocational services to participants who (1) are seeking meaningful, productive lifestyles; (2) have the desire to make a positive contribution to our community and (3) have limited financial means to pay for services.
The Children’s School is committed to providing a Christian environment for young children. We believe that each child should develop spiritually, intellectually, physically, and emotionally in order to be a well-rounded individual. The primary goal of the school is to develop children who are confident, motivated, creative, and eager to learn. Our program recognizes the individual growth and development of each child and provides stimulating and challenging activities. We strive to create an atmosphere of excitement for learning in a carefully structured, yet relaxed and safe environment.
The vision of Urban Hope is to help bring change to the inner city through its children, by giving them hope for a better future, through our after school and summer programs. A community can not prosper without the education and hope of its children. Children who are uneducated, unsafe and have no hope will continue along the path of despair and crime. The streets of Savannah can be a dangerous place for an unattended child. Children seeking acceptance can easily be led into an environment of crime and drugs; however, they can also be easily led into a life of love and success.
The Whitefield Foundation based in the Thomas Square area, which is the “Heart of the City.” Thomas Square has a wonderful heritage and diversity, but like the Landmark Historic District of 60 years ago, is in need of renewal physically and spiritually. The Whitefield Foundation was formed after an in-depth study of the area’s needs as well as interviews with our key outreach partners who have been focused on improving health and fighting poverty in the neighborhood for many years. Their mission is to have a significant impact on lives in the Thomas Square area through a focused and measured approach to putting the key education building blocks in place for a fulfilled and productive life, through outcome based education initiatives targeting at-risk K-12 students, workforce development for the working poor, mentoring of low-income seniors, and serving as a resource and coordination center for 22 community partners.
Introducing adolescents to Jesus Christ and helping them grow in their faith.