Volunteer Resource Partners

Our Volunteer Resource Partners help connect the Whitefield Center with people who want to serve the Thomas Square Area through the Whitefield Center.

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Bull Street Baptist Church

Bull Street Baptist Church’s volunteer involvement includes CONVO Club mentors and financial sustainability of key Whitefield programmatic outreaches.  Additionally, Bull Street has provided volunteers for landscaping and building renovation and maintenance.

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Christ Church Anglican 

Christ Church Anglican is a key partner with the Whitefield Center in many ways.  One key feature of the Whitefield Center’s rich relationship with Christ Church Anglican is the provision of volunteers in for our tutorial programs, our financial literacy training, our income tax preparation services and the Hope Academy Common Threads refugee textile initiative.  Additionally, Christ Church Anglican provides volunteers for landscaping and building renovation and maintenance.

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Compassion Church

Compassion Christian Church is a primary supporter of Hope Academy and provides Instructors, Mentors and Tutors to Hope and other ongoing service projects at the Whitefield Center. These include English As a Second Language, ESL Childcare personnel, Common Threads, CONVO Club, and Basis Literacy Instructors.  Compassion clergy serve in an advisory capacity volunteers from Compassion additionally provide landscaping and building renovation and maintenance.

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INdependent Presbyterian Church

Independent Presbyterian Church is home to many members who are committed to serving their community.  It has provided volunteers that have assisted the Whitefield Center with projects ranging from math instructors for Whitefield’s first GED initiative (a precursor to Hope Academy), instructors for Summer Camp, and youth service to seniors at Williams Court.

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L.O.V.E. Mentors

L.O.V.E. was born in 2003 when eleven dedicated volunteers with a vision to improve the quality of life for the at-risk children of Savannah met on Skidaway Island. They were a faith-based group representing the five churches on Skidaway Island.  L.O.V.E. partners with the Whitefield Center to deliver one-on-one volunteer tutorial services in reading and math to Gadsden Elementary school which serves students living in the western section of the Thomas Square neighborhood.


Volunteers from Southside Baptist Church assist regularly in landscaping, building renovation and maintenance at the Whitefield Center.

Sacred Heart Catholic Church

Nearby Sacred Heart Catholic Church clergy serves Whitefield in an advisory capacity.

Calvary Baptist Temple

Calvary Baptist Temple clergy serve Whitefield in an advisory capacity.