If you’re looking, you’ll find the need. And just as importantly, you’ll find the people to help.
A childhood experience instills purpose in founder of Warner Robins Genesis Joy House Homeless Shelter.
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Effingham County Navigator Team provides friendship, support and recreation to families with children with disabilities.
Our Giving Garden partners with other non-profits to provide organic vegetables and a safe space.
Charleston native Joe Moore created what he couldn’t find — a safe way to return to the water sports he loved as a child.
Charitable Hearts for Children Savannah provides scholarships to students who have lost a parent or guardian and bereavement training to educators.
All In For Miller helps families with financial burdens associated with coping with a child's illness.
With locations in Perry and Dawsonville, Abba House opens its doors to women and children in need.
Lyndsi Hatfield of Swainsboro operates a lemonade and hot chocolate stand to raise money for first responders. She buys snacks and drinks for every public safety department in Emanuel County.