United Way Unveils Special Recognition Wall Honoring Past Campaign Chairs

By Savannah Tribune | October 26, 2022

United Way of the Coastal Empire saluted more than 80 years of philanthropic leadership as it unveiled a recognition photo wall during a special ceremony, honoring United Way’s annual fundraising campaign chairs dating back to 1938. During this event, United Way Board Chairman Mark Bennett recognized each of the campaign chairs in attendance and thanked them for their dedicated service … Continue reading “United Way Unveils Special Recognition Wall Honoring Past Campaign Chairs”

Yusuf Shabazz Honored With Outstanding GA Citizen Award

By Savannah Tribune | October 26, 2022

Yusuf Shabazz is a 2022 recipient of the Outstanding Georgia Citizen Award, the state’s highest citizen honor. Although he has operated successful businesses for more than 30 years, served in public office, taught school, and preached in Georgia churches; the Georgia Secretary of State bestowed the award upon Shabazz because of his life-long devotion to Georgia’s disenfranchised communities and his … Continue reading “Yusuf Shabazz Honored With Outstanding GA Citizen Award”

Early Voting and Election Day In Chatham County

By Savannah Tribune | October 26, 2022

With Election Day approaching on November 8th, it is imperative for Georgia residents to confirm the status of their registration at www.mvp.sos. ga.gov/s/ before heading to their voting center. This will avoid complications when you arrive at your local voting site. Confirm your voting location and times before heading there as they are located in different areas of Savannah with … Continue reading “Early Voting and Election Day In Chatham County”

The Healthcare Industry Neglects Black Children Like Me

By Savannah Tribune | October 26, 2022

Last week, I went to New Jersey to visit my godmother and her family after three years of not seeing each other. I was welcomed with hugs and instantly directed to the kitchen by my Auntie Janet who proceeded to make me a plate of delicious Ghanaian food. Two seared beef kabobs accompanied a pile of Jollof rice on my … Continue reading “The Healthcare Industry Neglects Black Children Like Me”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE – The Savannah Tribune

By Savannah Tribune | October 26, 2022

If you are not an Early Voter, and your Plan is to Vote on Election Day, November 8th (It May Be Your Tradition), Please do all that you can now to Verify your Polling Precinct Location in order to Avoid using The Provisional Ballot on Election Day, November 8th. Do Not Inconvenience Yourself with having to make 2 or 3 … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE – The Savannah Tribune”

Faith Works Hosts Get-Out the Vote Rally in Savannah

By Savannah Tribune | October 26, 2022

Faith Works is Georgia’s unified body of faith leaders who are promoting early voter participation and education on the Anti-Voting Law – SB 202. Faith Works hosted the Savannah stop of the rally on Monday, October 24 at Saint Philip AME Church, Dr. Jai Haithco, Lead Pastor. Dr. Da’Henri Thurmond, St. Paul CME Church was the speaker for the rally. … Continue reading “Faith Works Hosts Get-Out the Vote Rally in Savannah”

City Set to Host “Grow: How to Become A 501(c)(3) Nonprofit” Workshop Series

By Savannah Tribune | October 26, 2022

The City of Savannah’s Human Services department will host “Grow: How to Become a 501(c) (3) Nonprofit,” a three-part workshop series presented by Wade Law and Consulting, on how to become a designated 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The workshop series began Tuesday, Oct. 25, and subsequent workshops will take place Tuesday, Nov. 1, and Wednesday, Nov. 9, from 6 – 7 … Continue reading “City Set to Host “Grow: How to Become A 501(c)(3) Nonprofit” Workshop Series”

Ask a Leadership Coach

By Savannah Tribune | October 26, 2022

Question: I was brought on as the newest member of my work team. Because I’m new I wanted to make a good impression so I’ve been doing work that is above and beyond what is required of me. I’ve kept up this pace for over a year and am uncertain when I should scale back. My peers have encouraged me … Continue reading “Ask a Leadership Coach”

SPD Prepares For Halloween, Offers Safety Tips

By Savannah Tribune | October 26, 2022

Halloween is right around the corner, and Savannah Police Department is gearing up for the holiday by offering safety tips, including recommended trick or treat times and information on police-sponsored events. SPD recommends trick or treating take place on Monday, Oct. 31 from 5-8 p.m. During that time, officers will be visiting neighborhoods for the additional safety of trick or … Continue reading “SPD Prepares For Halloween, Offers Safety Tips”

Hello Neighbor SAV Presents Fall Festival

By Savannah Tribune | October 26, 2022

Sunday October 30, 2022, 11 – 6 pm Hello Neighbor SAV will present a FALL Festival partnering the Holly Heights Neighborhood Association, SSU and East Savannah resident in the Holly Heights Neighborhood Association and Community Garden (1760 E. 58th St). The Fall Festival invites you to create a day of community art and engagement including Halloween costumes prizes and candy … Continue reading “Hello Neighbor SAV Presents Fall Festival”