message from the executive director
“My vision for Park Place Outreach, Inc. encompasses sheltering, supporting, and taking care of the needs of runaway, homeless, and in-crisis youth. In addition, we strive to broaden our range of programs serving youth and family needs while strengthening support from individuals, businesses, and foundations.”
Linda K. Hilts, Executive Director
Couple donate $50,000 to Parkplace Outreach
Park Place Outreach–Youth Emergency Shelter, a temporary shelter and outreach service that serves youth from Savannah and the surrounding area, has received a $50,000 donation from the Joseph & Mary Dobransky Foundation.
The funds will enable the shelter to provide more than 250 nights of care for an individual or 1,800 hours of counseling, said executive director Linda K. Hilts.
“The gift comes at a very critical time for our organization,” Hilts said. “As a nonprofit, we are seeing government funding sources drying up, and many of our donors are struggling with the recession.”
Please click on the link above to see the promo of our part in “The Greenest Building.” The documentary has been chosen to be one of 5 documentaries shown at: “The Greenest Building” and will be featured at the 2012 Greenbuild International Conference and Expo in San Francisco in November.
Our Outreach Program identifies and assists runaways, homeless and street youth residing in Chatham County. Our staff works with the youth and local agencies to provide needed services.
Call today or stop by the Dobransky Outreach Center at 514. E. Henry St, Savannah, GA