P.A.C.K. - - - -People of Action Caring for Kids

P.A.C.K. is a 501 c-3 non-profit committed to meeting the basic needs of children in our local community. P.A.C.K provides over 1,500 microwavable lunch bags each year and busy bags for CURE for Childhood Cancer and for pediatric hospital inpatients. Children receiving cancer treatments and other medical treatments at local hospitals are often unable to leave the hospital for meals. We provide bags containing microwavable meals and snacks to help make their stay a little easier. Bags are also provided for siblings. "Busy bags" contain crafts, toys, games, and letters of encouragement. 

For those children entering foster care, it can be a scary feeling. Thankfully, P.A.C.K. provides a personalized duffle bag for each child filled with under garments, outfits, shoes, personal toiletries, a blanket, and eveny a special note! 

For more information on sponsoring a child, donating or requesting reources, please visit tehir webpage PACK - Fight Child Hunger (


Blessings In A Bookbag, Inc.

​Founded by Weslyn “Mahogany” Bowers in 2011, Blessings in a Book Bag (BIBB) is a 501c3 non-profit organization based out of Savannah. BIBB feeds over 100 students and families at Otis Brock Elementary school and families throughout our city. It is designed to feed elementary school children whose families have little or no food to eat on the weekends. The organization serves by feeding over 130 at-need children every Friday. Blessings In A Book Bag also serves as a local pantry for those in the community that is in need of food services. Additionally, the organization provides school supplies, school uniforms, and other necessities for school. This allows kids to enjoy being kids and focus on schoolwork with a little less worry.

BIBB will have their annual Back To School Give-A-Way August 6, 2022. Please see the flyer below or visit their webpage for more information!


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Shelter From The Rain

Shelter From the Rain, Inc. (SFTR) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, based out of Savannah, Georgia, that provides assistance to single mothers. Established in 2010, SFTR is designed to show how God's love shelters us from the different rain showers that come into our lives. They strive to develop positive, lasting relationships with and between moms in order to help them reach their goals and provide for their children.

Some services SFTR offers are as follows: 

  1. "Pantry Pal" Program - Househole items and Goodwill clothing vouchers
  2. "Meals For Moms" Program (COVID-19 Relief Effort)- Partnership with local restaurants to provide meals to single parent families
  3. "Mental Health For Single Moms" Program - This program allows single mothers to access individual counseling as well as group counseling with other single mothers at no cost. 
  4. "Baby Bundles" Program & Community Diaper Bank - Helps provided needed baby supply items (diapers, baby wipes, baby powder, etc) for newborns/toddlers and educational information for mothers
  5. "Mothers with Mentors" Program - An extension of this support group and give mothers one-on-one guidance from a mentor in efforts to reach positive goals
  6. "Queen’s Corner" Program - This program is designed to support single mothers through recognition, notes of encouragement, holiday gifts and annual emergency Assistance for registered moms
  7. "Career Central" Program- This program equips mothers with the tools needed for job preparation and entrepreneurship.


You may visit their webpage, Shelter From the Rain Inc. - Home, for more information!

The Front Porch

The Front Porch, a Juvenile Court led collaborative that has been designed to reduce both recidivism and court involvement among youth who pose little to no risk to community safety. The Front Porch is home of the Katrina S. Woodley Clothing Closet. The clothing closet is available for families to stop by and select items of their liking anytime Monday, Tuesday and Friday from 8am until 5pm and on Wednesday and Thursdays from 8am until 7pm.

What services can your youth and family receive at TFP?
- Assessment & ReferralsπŸ“‹
- ClothingπŸ‘•
- Meals & Snacks (P.A.C.K.)🍎
- Hygiene Packs (P.A.C.K.)
- Diapers & Household Supplies (Shelter from the Rain)🏠
- After Hours Table Talks for Parents and Teens (SCCPSS)🀱
- Tech. Incentives like tablets πŸ“²
- Step LessonsπŸ‘©‍🏫
- Educational & Prosocial Activities (DEEP)🎨
- Documentary Film NightsπŸŽ₯
- Cuddles from Guinea Pigs🐹

The Front Porch will also be hosting their Back to School Block Rock. Please see the flyer below for details!



Rock Fest 2022 Back to School Event .......Presented by Overcoming By Faith

Join Overcoming By Faith Ministries for their 2022 Rockfest Back to School event!!!

RockFest is Overcoming by Faith's FREE annual Back-to-School Celebration designed for the entire family. Come enjoy free rides, Inflatable games, Kid's Play area, and FOOD TRUCKS!
Plus there will be FREE School Uniforms for children in need of one!
Visit for details or scan the QR Code for uniform sign-up. You may also fill out this form ( ) prior to the event to claim your free school uniforms.
See you July 30th at 9700 Middleground Road, Savannah, GA 31406!


America's Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia

Hunger is a real issue in our nation, our state and in Coastal Georgia. There are more than 40 million people in the United States that struggle with food insecurity, 1.5 million in the state of Georgia and 175,540 right here in Coastal Georgia.

Established in 1981 in Savannah Georgia, 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 for hunger throughout Coastal Georgia.

The organization works diligently to feed the hungry by distributing nutritious food to non-profit agencies and at-risk elderly and youth. Their programs include Brown Bag for the Elderly, Grace’s Kitchen, Kids Cafe, Mobile Food Pantry, and Partner Distribution. These programs are designed to provide hunger relief to those most vulnerable. Second Harvest partners with 298 faith-based and non-profit agencies to provide emergency food assistance across Coastal Georgia.

Last year, Second Harvest food bank provided more than 19.8 million meals (more than 25.5 million pounds of food) to hungry people in our area. Support from the community and collaboration with partners make it possible for us to reach many in need right here in our own community.

America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia urges you to join the fight against local hunger. Hunger Hurts. You can help.