Healthy Savannah brings together a network of 200 public and private community organizations. Find out how to apply for financial assistance in the Savannah area. Charities, churches, and the government's Division of Family Services (%26 Children Services) offer grants or cash loans. The funds can help pay rent or security deposits, pay an electricity or utility bill, or cover basic needs, including free food.
Low-income families and people going through a crisis can receive financial support or even enroll in employment programs or Chatham County case management services. Georgia offers programs to help residents in need find safe and affordable housing. We connect those in need to the best resources available in and around Savannah: Bryan, Chatham, Effingham and Liberty Counties. We can give you the help you need when you need it.
And when there are breaches, we may be able to provide emergency funding. Several churches and religious groups in Savannah, Georgia, may be able to offer help with utility bills and food. The MedBank Foundation is a nonprofit organization that was created to help uninsured people in Chatham County and Savannah. Other places that can offer free food, food, diapers, household products, clothing, furniture, or other non-financial help in Chatham County and Savannah, Georgia, include Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church (phone (91 233-9040), Faith, Hope and Charity Evangelist Ministry (phone (91 231-090), First Bryan Baptist Church Food Pantry (dial 91 232-552) and The Lighthouse Ministry (the main number is 91 (629-474, among others).