Union Mission, a leading non-profit organization dedicated to reducing homelessness throughout the greater Savannah area, received a donation of $1,950 from exercise enthusiasts on Skidaway Island. The donation will benefit the Counseling Center at Union Mission.
“We are so grateful for this generous donation, which will help provide counseling services to individuals and families in need,” said Frances Carter, president and CEO of Union Mission. “This donation will help people in our community who need our care and support.”
This exercise group has donated more than $15,000 in the past several years to local charities.
“Union Mission provides a beacon of light to those in our community who need help and hope,” said Patti Iott, a local fit- ness instructor and personal trainer who donates the proceeds from the exercise class on Skidaway Island to local charities. “We are delighted to support such an important cause.”
The Counseling Center at Union Mission is a comprehensive community based behavioral health center serving adults, adolescents and children. The center offers an array of high quality services, provided by highly trained professionals in a caring, confidential manner to meet individual and family needs.
The program’s aim is to enable children, adults, couples and families, regardless of age, religion, or socioeconomic status, to move forward in achieving goals which promote more successful and satisfying lives. The Counseling Center at Union Mission is nationally accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitative Facilities indicating a commitment to excellence in the field of behavioral health.