HELLO NEIGHBOR, SAV creates community building events to bring people together in effort to reduce cultural tensions and divisiveness as a means to positively impact public safety, health and equitable outcomes for everyone.
HOW IT WORKS:
We produce free, diverse, all-inclusive community-based events to create intersection between people, community groups, neighborhoods, and organizations. The events are created with the purpose of placing the onus of good community relations on each of us by providing a platform that utilizes various artforms as a means to engage with our neighbors citywide.
Although everyone is encouraged to participate, a special invitation is extended to groups that promote social, political, and economic equality.
In 2019 we brought Savannah Neighbors together to Forsyth Park to meet and support one another though community art projects, speakers, music, vendors and a COMMUNITY PRIDE PARADE.
In 2020 Hello Neighbor SAV launched a virtual “Together We Support” Video Parade -AND- a Yard Sign Campaign. We have since continued our work with dozens of small pop-up locations and larger community building events citywide.
We have since produced dozens of community events!
We need YOUR participation to make these events happen. Go to the registration button above and register to assist as a volunteer, participant or supporter in upcoming events.
A special thanks to all the sponsors, participants, musicians, artists, vendors and community partners who make these events happen!
If you are interested in partnering with Hello Neighbor on upcoming event, please contact us to begin planning.
ALL EVENTS are free and open to the public.
We are looking for collaborators, volunteers and organizers and accepting in-kind donations and event sponsors to help cover permit costs and expenses for the events.
A full list of upcoming events can be found below and
in our events calendar in the tabs above.
Join the Pastor Gordon as he host a special speakers February 27 - March 1, 2024.
Sunday March 3 @ 1:30 pm
Dr. ANNE C. BAILEY is a writer, historian, and professor of SUNY Binghamton. Bailey is committed to a concept of “living history” in which events of the past are connected to current issues happening today.
HOLLY HEIGHTS INCLUDES: LaRoche Park / Springhill / Daffin Heights /Wilemere / Shirley Park
We will be having neighborhood meeting the THIRD THURSDAY of each month @ 6pm at the Community Garden.
We will be discussing the Community Garden, development and Community building opportunities. JOIN
Meet your Neighborhood Leaders
Listen to up close and personal interviews with our Hello Neighbor family as we discuss important issues impacting Savannah, Chatham County. Live the 2nd & 4th Wednesdays of each month at 3pm on 107.5 WRUU.org.
With President Pastor Larry Gordon and other community advocates working together on community mural at Solomon Temple COGIC.
Supporting the Weeping Time Coalition in their efforts to stop development on sacred historical Weeping Time property in West Savannah and Woodville.
Joining Sistah Patt Gunn and the Center for Jubilee leading weekly Sunday meetings and truth-telling sessions to lead a Coalition to remove Calhouns name from public square and advocating for the naming of (Susie King) Taylor Square.
Email here or call us at 912-349-6206.
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