Where to get food Friday and Saturday

Friday, October 14th

  • Performance Initiatives (2021 Tennessee Ave.) from 12pm to 3pm. Block Party – community clean-up, lunch, and children’s activities. Volunteers are needed for set-up, distribution, clean-up, kids’ activities, and clean up. No need to sign up, just show up with bags, rakes, chainsaws, etc.
  • The Dream Campaign  (34th and Reynolds) will provide lunch to the Eastside community. (Visit their location to donate and volunteer.)
  • **Performance Initiatives (2021 Tennessee Ave.) will serve dinner from 4pm to 5pm.
  • **St. Mary’s Community Center – Congregation Mickve Israel will provide 200 lunches to the Cuyler-Brownsville Community.
  • **W.W. Law (909 E Bolton St) – The Savannah Sharks and Goodwill Industries in partnership with Eastside Concerned Citizens will provide 200 lunches at 12pm to the Eastside community.
  • **West Broad Y Parking Lot (1110 May Street)  – Community members will hand out 200 bagged lunches at 12pm.
  •  **Carver Village Community Center (925 Collat Ave.)  – Second Harvest needs 15-20 volunteers at 9:30am to assist with food distribution.

Saturday, October 15th

  • Carver Village Community Center (925 Collat Ave), 12pm to 3pm. Block Party – community clean-up, lunch, and children’s activities. Volunteers are needed for set-up, distribution, clean-up, kids activities, and clean up. No need to sign up, just show up with bags, rakes, chainsaws, etc.
  • The Dream Campaign  (34th and Reynolds) will provide a pancake breakfast from 9am to 11am. (Visit their location to donate and volunteer.)
  • Every day – Second Harvest is in need of volunteers at their main distribution center (2501 E President St.) You may sign up to volunteer for Second Harvest and others at www.handsonsavannah.org
  • Follow Hands On Savannah and Be the Good-Savannah on Facebook for more opportunities to help throughout the year.
  • Step Up Savannah, Inc. engages all sectors of the community to improve the economic mobility and financial stability of families in Savannah, Chatham County. To learn more, visit the website www.stepupsavannah.org and join us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/stepup.support because poverty matters.

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