SAVANNAH CHURCH SUPPORTS COMMUNITY DURING COVID-19
SAVANNAH — A small group of church members from Hosanna Church SAV are volunteering their time to help some homeless and emergency first responders.
The volunteers spent Friday gathering supplies, packing, and delivering meals for first responders who are working to help address the COVID-19 crisis.
In addition, these volunteers donated over 500 rolls of tissue, paper towels, and hygience items to the local Homeless Authority of Savannah, an agency that serves Savannah's homeless population.
During uncertain times, some people pray and others come together. However, social distancing rules and realities are preventing that across Savannah.
Pastor Matthew Gunn with Hosanna Church said, "We are delivering these meals and resources to the people that are really on the front lines of battling the coronavirus and COVID-19. We are all in this together, so we are just trying to do our best to help.”
Chief Phil Koster, Chatham Emergency Services took the lead on coordinating efforts with Hosanna Church to feed the First Responders.
"I just want to say thank you for remembering those in need and emergency medical service caregivers on the front lines,” Koster said.