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20th of August 2020

Check out our Amazon Wishlist to support Park Place Outreach.

With COVID-19, Park Place Outreach has to consider the safety of what and how we receive donations. The best way to support us while social distancing is sending us donations directly through Amazon. Click the link to find out what we are in need of, any effort is appreciated!


22nd of July 2019

Savannah Morning News Article on FAM Program

The July 2019 article in the Savannah Morning News addresses the progress of the Family Always Matters (F.A.M.) Family Preservation for Teens Program at Park Place Outreach since its inception in October of 2018. The article also gives a clear background about the current FAM program manager, Kendall Walker, and his challenges as an adolescent […]


6th of December 2016

From Park Place Outreach’s Board President: 6 ways to help keep kids off the streets

By Todd Cellini Special to Savannah Morning News Numbers tell the story. Each year, between 1.6 million and 2.8 million kids across the United States run away from home. If all of those runaways lived in one city, it would be the fifth-largest city in the U.S. — after New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and […]


28th of November 2016

The Savannah Jaycees to Host Holiday Party Benefiting Park Place Outreach

WHEN: Saturday, December 10 TIME: 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. WHERE: Savannah Jaycees’ Hut, located at 101 Atlas Street. DETAILS: Guests will enjoy a hot cocoa bar, s’mores station, as well as, dinner and drinks. There will also be live entertainment to include “carol-oke” where everyone is invited to perform their favorite holiday songs. COST […]


15th of August 2016

Savannah Morning News – “Shelter helps troubled Savannah youth find a home”

Park Place Outreach is thankful for the Savannah Morning News and their article on us in Sunday, August 14th’s paper. Please find the full article below here: Savannah Morning News – Shelter Helps Troubled Savannah Youth Find a Home By Brittini Ray ‘On an average Thursday afternoon, a music jam session can be heard coming […]


3rd of August 2016

Park Place Outreach is Thankful to Connect Savannah for Highlighting our Efforts to Combat Youth Homelessness

As teens across the Coastal Empire and Low Country go back to school, here at Park Place Outreach we are thankful for Jessica Leigh Lebos at Connect Savannah for shining a light on the homeless youth population in and around Savannah, and how Park Place works every day to make an impact. Please find an […]


2nd of August 2016

Park Place Outreach Youth Emergency Shelter Announces New Board Member, Alfred D. McGuire, Jr.

Alfred D. McGuire, Jr., has been named to the Board of Directors at Park Place Outreach Youth Emergency Shelter, the only Savannah area shelter providing a safe and loving environment to homeless, abused and runaway teenagers between the ages of 11 and 17. McGuire is the principal of Woodville Tompkins Technical and Career High School. […]


Gulfstream Donates $5,000 to Park Place Outreach Youth Emergency Shelter

Park Place Outreach Youth Emergency Shelter is happy to announce that we are the recipient of a $5,000 grant award from Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. to be used for operational and program expenses. “Thanks to Gulfstream’s support, we will be able to provide shelter, food, clothing and counseling for troubled teens who have nowhere else to […]


18th of November 2014

Skidaway Island United Methodist Church donates $2,500

Park Place Outreach, Inc. would like to thank Skidaway Island United Methodist Church for their financial support of $2,500 through donations from their mission’s budget and Alternative Christmas Market. Georgia satellite map  


7th of November 2014

Lyn Stacie Getz Foundation Donation of $2,500

PPO would like to thank the Lyn Stacie Getz Foundation, a supporting foundation of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore for their contribution of $2,500 to provide food for the residents. Georgia satellite map