Old Savannah City Mission
"Savannah's only Five-Star Gospel Rescue Mission"

He said " I was hungry and you gave me
food. I was a stranger and you took me
in." Matthew 25:35
A 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization
with a Mission to:
Proclaim the Gospel

Feed the Hungry

Shelter the Homeless

Rehabilitate the Addict

Restore the Ex-offender
Urban Training Institute(UTI)

Residential, Relational Rehabilitation

"High Standards...
Strong Boundaries...
Clear Direction!"
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Old Savannah City Mission its “Community Service Award” in recognition of its FRESH
START PROGRAM.  The Mission’s nomination came from the Georgia Department of
Mission Receives An Award
Fresh Start is a year long residential transitional program with high standards, strong
boundaries and clear direction.  It is designed to serve men and women who while
incarcerated come to faith in Christ and genuinely desire a fresh start in life.  The program
functions as a bridge from incarceration to re-incorporation.  Its goal is for ex-offenders and
ex-offender is assigned a mentor, a life coach.  

The Association of Paroling Authorities (APAI) began in the early 1970s as a group of
international colleagues in the field of parole.  They shared a strong interest in discussing
best practices and current issues surrounding early release, reentry into the community and
public safety.  For more information on APAI, please visit their website
Reginald Lee, Director of Programs, received the 2011 Savannah Men Making a Difference
Award from the organization My Brothaz Home, Inc.  My Brothaz Home is a nonprofit to the
HIV/AIDS epidemic, the mission of My Brothaz Home is to reduce the number of new HIV
services.  In presenting the award, Mark Davis, CEO & Executive Director of My Brothaz
Home, shared with the audience that the Men Making a Difference Award is given annually
in recognition of "distinguished humanitarian efforts to build and improve the lives of others
while promoting HIV/AIDS awareness in the community".  With over 32 years of human
service experience, Reginald has a long history of working with at-risk and homeless
individuals and families.  “I am humbled by receiving this award”, said Reginald, “my
personal commitment is to be an example to others that would be pleasing to God and to be
an advocate for those without a voice”.
OSCM Staff Member Receives Local Award
“I am humbled," said
Reginald, “my personal
commitment is to be an
example to others that
and to be an advocate
for those without a voice”.
Located at:  2414 Bull Street, Savannah, GA  Phone: 912.232.1979
Donations can be sent to:
Old Savannah City Mission
P. O. Box 16839
Savannah, GA 31416

2424 Bull Street
1116 Mills B Lane

Often a hot meal is
the first step toward
a changed life.
"Building Bridges of Hope"

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