Historic Savannah Foundation saves buildings, places and stories that define Savannah’s past, present, and future. Following its formation in 1955, HSF started a Revolving Fund to save endangered historic properties, now totaling nearly 370 buildings throughout several of Savannah’s historic districts. HSF has grown into one of the most respected local preservation organizations in the country — emphasizing not only the protection of individual historic buildings but also the revitalization of blighted neighborhoods. HSF demonstrates the cultural, social and economic benefits of preservation as good public policy by proving that preservation and progress go hand-in-hand.
At Yoga Me Fit, owner Lynn Geddes-Wolling, focuses on integrating yoga into whole-body wellness. Yoga is a holistic discipline and teaches that the mind, body, and spirit are connected. Pain in the body that is not related to a physical injury may be related to emotional or mental stressors, improper breathing, and/or postural deviations affecting bio-mechanics, muscle tone, connective tissue and circulation.
When your body, mind, and spirit are harmoniously balanced, stress is reduced and peace dwells within your heart. Visit http://www.yogamefit.com for more information.
A. Louise Staman has been a writer, poet, and researcher for nearly all of her adult life. Her most recent book, Restoring Lost Times, is her sixth published book (one published in Paris) and her third biography. She has written for French and English journals and has won several prizes for her writing.
The Mediation Center of The Coastal Empire was established thirty years ago and has an unrivalled track record of providing mediation services to keep disputes out of the courts. Our certified mediators act as neutral third parties to help work through disputes in family law, business contracts, workplace conflict, landlord-tenant issues, accidents, juvenile and neighborhood issues.
37th at Abercorn Antiques is a total “feel good” experience full of Southern hospitality. For more than 18 years, 37th@A, as locals refer to us, has been a destination for fine antiques, contemporary furniture, estate jewelry, art, antique clocks, collectibles and treasures of all kinds. The house prides itself in offering a wide variety of merchandise, thoughtfully displayed in more than 6,000 square feet of space.
Owner, Terri O’Neil, along with her dedicated team of professionals, strive to create a welcoming atmosphere steeped in gracious hospitality; mixed with a bit of eccentricity, this is an experience you will certainly enjoy.
Situated in the historic Thomas Square Neighborhood, on the corner of 37th and Abercorn Streets, the big yellow house and out buildings are extraordinary examples of Arts & Crafts Architecture. Built in 1920 this distinctive property features original Moravian and Grueby tiles, heavy woodwork and leaded glass.
The River Street Inn provides the perfect location from which to explore the colonial charm of Savannah. Designed in 1773 by General James Oglethorpe, Savannah is the first city in North America planned and under a system of squares. It is also home to the first experimental garden in North America. “Trusty’s Gardens” was established in 1774 to test which crops would grow in the new colony. The year, 1775, saw the formation of Temple Mickva Israel, the third oldest synagogue in the United States. From 1765 until the Paris Treaty of 1783, Savannah was active in the Liberation Movement that ultimately freed the colonies from English rule.
Empire Construction Associates, LLC provides honest, reliable service that stands head and shoulders above the rest working to meet client residential, commercial remodel and restoration needs.
St. Elizabeth’s is a bible believing church where Jesus is Lord and Savior and all are welcomed and loved; in community for community, in the Spirit, today and tomorrow, to build the Kingdom of God.
The mission of Greenbriar Children’s Center is to promote the healthy development of children and the strengthening of families. We provide services that include an emergency shelter, runaway/homeless, residential care, independent living, family preservation, early childhood education & care, and Project Safe Place.
The Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra (SPO) is a professional orchestra presenting a full range of concerts each season (September to May), from classics to pops. The Savannah Philharmonic Chorus is a community-based auditioned ensemble that performs regularly with the orchestra in an oratorio and opera setting, as well as performing a wide range of music from a capella, Baroque to rock and pop standards. Both are 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations.
The SPO’s mission is to provide the highest level of musical performances and educational programs featuring the highest caliber of professional musicians, a volunteer chorus, and internationally acclaimed soloists. The SPO aims to exhilarate, educate, and enrich a large and diverse audience in the greater Savannah community.
For more information visit http://www.savannahphilharmonic.org/
Savannah Friends of Music (SFOM) is a non profit organization who has donated over $600,000 to support classical music and music education in Savannah and the surrounding area since the organization was created in 2003. SFOM has given grants to provide music education to individuals applying for private music lessons and summer music camps as well as organizations committed to developing excellence in classical music including The American Traditions Competition, The Savannah VOICE Festival and The Savannah Philharmonic
The Whitman now offers personalized sailing experiences on its new private yacht which is available for private charter. From its polished woodwork to its colorful spinnaker, this custom 47’ ketch-rigged sailing vessel beckons invitingly to guests, providing unique views of Savannah’s historic waterfront and other breathtaking sites, including saltwater marshes, a complex network of waterways, wildlife and protected natural barrier islands.
The Whitman stands apart as Savannah’s most elegant and sophisticated private sanctuary which is available for private hire. Overlooking scenic Forsyth Park in the heart of Savannah’s Landmark Historic District, this historic jewel has preserved the grace and elegance of a bygone era when Southern luxury was a way of life.
“Dr. Dionne Bates, Ph.D., L.P.C., C.P.C. S. is a licensed professional counselor and member of the American Psychotherapy Association. She is the author of the Self-SOULstice affirmation model which helps people discover who they truly are, accept their true selves and integrate their true selves into all aspects of their lives.
Asbury Memorial Methodist church was founded in the early 20th century at the corner of Waters and Henry Street in Savannah. Reverend Billy Hester and his wife Cheri joined the church in 1993 and they have significantly grown the church since this time by focusing on inclusiveness, the fine arts and the good news of Jesus Christ. It has a theatre company offering a regular program of quality productions.
Bethel at Savannah provides ‘far away from home’ personal and practical support to seafarers who come into our port on big ships from all over the world. We are a faith based nonprofit organization that includes advocacy, spiritual, physical and emotional support although we are not affiliated to any one church or denomination. www.maritimebethelatsavannah.org
The Bark Park opened November 2014 and LFPR continues to raise the profile of the wonderful new facility and vital fundraising events.