On August 31st, the Chamber supported Union Mission and Parker’s as they hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Parker’s House. This facility will be solely dedicated to providing emergency housing and comprehensive services for unaccompanied women experiencing homelessness in Savannah, Ga. and across coastal Georgia.
Parker’s Founder and CEO Greg Parker, center, cut the ribbon, surrounded by Union Mission Board Chair Neilie Dunn, Union Mission President and CEO Michael Traynor, former Savannah Mayor Edna Jackson, Savannah Mayor Van Johnson, Paula Deen, Dr. Paul Pressly and District 3 County Commissioner Bobby Lockett.
Following the ribbon-cutting, guests learned more about programs and services offered to the 100 unaccompanied, homeless women who will be served annually.
Parker’s House officially opened to clients on Tuesday, September 6, 2022. To learn more, click here.