This weekend the Greenbriar Children’s Center continues its celebration of 70 years of helping the Savannah community.Gena Taylor joined the Community Corner on Friday to talk about a big fundraiser this weekend.read more
Before the city’s downtown streets filled with shoppers, a group of Savannahians turned out early Saturday morning to commemorate the Greenbriar Children’s Center’s 70th anniversary during a 5K walk.
“Greenbriar has served the community for 70 years, and they do a fantastic job,” said Scott Center, former board member and honorary co-chair of the organization’s 70th anniversary celebration. “It’s time to let the community know how much they have helped to make it a better place. They have impacted so many children in Savannah and turned a lot of lives around.”
SAVANNAH, GA – January 4, 2018 – Greenbriar Children’s Center is proud to kick off the New Year by unveiling a new and improved website. This upgraded and informative digital resource is now ready for use by interested online visitors. The nonprofit’s website...read more
SAVANNAH, GA – December 28, 2018 – Greenbriar Children’s Center is proud to announce the addition of two new experienced members to the Board of Directors. New to the board are Connie Cooper and Anne-Marie Darsney. Dr. Connie S. Cooper has a passion for working with...read more
To celebrate the nonprofit organization’s 69th Anniversary, Greenbriar Children’s Center is challenging and encouraging the community to support the 690 Campaign. This initiative, which runs June 1-July 30, will help raise funds for the organization’s...read more
Greenbriar Children’s Center’s new board of directors members are Linsey McDougal, Remax Savannah; Sonia Renee Grant, Economic Opportunity Authority for Savannah Chatham County; Diann B. Scott, retired corporate executive; and Bernard Conyers, retired...read more
Greenbriar Children’s Center held its Annual Meeting and Volunteers of the Year Awards Luncheon at Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church in Savannah. Guests enjoyed a delicious lunch, prepared by the culinary arts classes at Woodville-Tompkins High School,...read more