Safe Shelter Casseroles
What: Community Service Toiletry Collection
What Else: Share your vacation with Social Apostolate, which works with poor, homeless and disabled people in different ways including providing showers for those in need. Are you traveling and staying at a hotel? If you have any unused hotel soaps, shampoos or lotions, please bring them back to Savannah. No mouthwash or larger sized toiletries, please.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, Carol Stiles (email@example.com) or Sue Souls (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sign-Up and Recipes: Click here
What Else: Do you like to cook? Do you want to help those in need at the same time? We can use your help! Landlovers Community Service is providing casseroles to SAFE Shelter. This helps give the cooks at SAFE Shelter some time off. On your assigned day, you would make any casserole you want at your home and we will deliver it to SAFE Shelter for you. If you are interested in learning more, please email LLcommService@gmail.com to get on our distribution list. This does not commit you to anything. When it’s time to recruit volunteers for more casseroles, we will send you an email explaining how it works and how you can sign up for a specific date that works for you. Since 1979, SAFE Shelter has been Savannah’s only shelter dedicated to victims of intimate partner violence and their underage children. Click here to learn more about SAFE Shelter.
Contact: If you have any questions or want to sign up for our distribution list, email LLCommService@gmail.com or contact Carol Stiles (email@example.com) or Sue Souls (firstname.lastname@example.org).
What: Second Harvest Packing.
When: Friday, November 4 and Friday, January 6, 9-11am
Where: America’s Second Harvest Volunteer Center. Meet at the Methodist Church by 8:15 to carpool leaving no later than 8:30.
What Else: Established in 1981 in Savannah, America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia is a locally inspired, volunteer driven nonprofit food bank and community partnering organization. Second Harvest serves as the food safety net for tens of thousands of children, senior citizens, low-income families, and people with disabilities who are at risk of hunger throughout Southern Georgia. Four times a year, Landlovers Community Service gets together on a Friday morning to provide the volunteer labor to pack boxes for needy families at our local food bank. No skill is required, just a caring heart. We’d particularly like to encourage any men who have time to join us. All are welcome, but participants must be members of Landlovers.
Contact: New organizer needed for this activity! Carol Stiles or Sue Souls (email@example.com)