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Savannah Nonprofit Takes Closer Look At Neighborhood Parks In Low-Income Areas

 Healthy Savannah is partnering with Charles T. Brown’s Equitable Cities to take a deeper look at how parks can better serve those in their community.

Six neighborhood parks in Savannah were chosen for the initiative: Blackshear Park, W.W. Law Park, Feiler Park, Bowles C. Ford Park, Cann Park and Kennedy Park at Carver Heights.

Healthy Eating

Proper nutrition is essential in keeping current and future generations of Savannahians healthy across the lifespan. The availability of healthy, affordable food contributes to...

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Faith and Health Coalition

The Faith and Health Coalition is a network of faith-based organizations, of all faiths, who come together to encourage healthy lifestyle behaviors in places of worship....

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The Faith and Health Coalition The Faith and Health Coalition is a network of faith-based organizations of all faiths who come together to encourage healthy lifestyle behaviors in...

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NewZO Passes!

On Thursday, July 18, 2019 the proposed New Zoning Ordinance (NewZO) passed 8-1 at City Council for adoption. We are excited that the old...

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