Park Place Outreach

AboutPark Place Outreach

Our Partners

The work of Park Place Outreach would not be possible without the unwavering support of our generous partners listed below.

Safe Place

Safe Place is the first step to help for any youth in crisis or at risk. This community collaboration program, operated by youth shelters or youth serving agencies make it possible for any youth to access help at locations which display the Safe Place sign.

National Network for Youth

The National Network for Youth (NN4Y) is the nation’s leading organization advocating at the federal level to educate the public and policymakers about the needs of homeless and disconnected youth.

United Way of Coastal Empire

The mission of United Way of the Coastal Empire is to provide area citizens with a streamlined process of getting health and human services information and the opportunity to donate goods and to volunteer services.


There is no shortage of talk about the obligation of public companies to be socially responsible to the people and communities where they do business. At Macy’s, Inc., we hold those same beliefs – along with a belief that actions speak louder than words when it comes to helping tackle some of the toughest problems facing us today.

Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo helps build strong communities. 

Bank of America

Corporate social responsibility plays a critical role in our business strategy of responsible growth and connects us to our core purpose of making people’s financial lives better around the world.

City of Savannah

Offices of Human Services and Neighborhood Safety and Engagement

Georgia Department of Human Resources

DHR is Georgia’s human service agency whose mission is to strengthen Georgia families by providing services through about 80 programs that ensure their health and welfare. DHR touches the lives of all Georgians. Our goal is to be a resource to Georgia families to help them become self-sustaining.

Chatham- Savannah Authority for the Homeless

The Homeless Authority is a regional leader in the State of Georgia for the coordination of poverty and homeless services and has both a state and national reputation for developing unique and innovative collaborations.

Georgia Coalition to End Homelessness

Since 1995, GCEH has been dedicated to finding solutions to the issues surrounding homelessness in the State of Georgia.

National Safe Place Network

Ensuring an effective system of response for youth in crisis through public and private partnerships at a local, state and national level.

National Runaway Hotline

Keeping America’s runaway and at-risk youth safe and off the streets.
Call 1-800-RUNAWAY

US Department of Health & Services

Improving the health, safety, and well-being of America.

Publix Charities

Publix Super Markets Charities provides grants and fundraising event sponsorships for many nonprofit organizations engaged in life-changing work.




Sustainativity partners with local charities in the Savannah area in an effort to promote sustainable living.

Georgia Power

International Paper

Kiwanis Club of Skidaway

Matthews Children’s Foundation

Rotary of Skidaway Island

St. Thomas Episcopal Church

Synovus Trust Company


Delta Sigma Theta

Isle of Hope United Methodist Church

Savannah Community Foundation

Alpha Kappa Alpha Gamma Sigma Omega Chapter Savannah, GA

Kiwanis of Savannah

Phi Beta Sigma, Inc.

The Olde Pink House

Department of Juvenile Justice