Raise A Glass Or Sip A Tea For Mother's Day

Due to the current pandemic we cannot host the "We Remember Mama" event benefiting our Story Keeping program in its original setting. Instead, we invite you to  sip a quarantini or a cup of tea  and, in the spirit of Story Keeping, share stories of your mother from the comfort of your own home!  

Our virtual event is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. on May 7- the Thursday evening before Mother's Day. Details about donation levels which fund 20, 10 or five Story Keeping sessions and are generously matched by Jim & Dottie Kluttz, plus our list of event sponsors, and "event" details are at this  'ticket' link.

Guest speaker Dr. Mark Murphy (shown with his parents in 1962) will share memories of his beloved Mama, Peggy, on May 7.
Our Prayer For Healthcare Workers
We were honored to lead a "Prayer at the Pole" gathering at Sunabella Savannah's memory care facility. Watch as our chaplain Aaron James asks for strength, wisdom, comfort and protection for all healthcare workers during these difficult days:

Comforting & Uplifting VOICES That Heal 

Our Certified Music Therapist Sara joins the Savannah VOICE Festival's Outreach Coordinator, Chad, to offer a healing time of relaxation and restoration. J oin "Virtually Live" via this Facebook link on Saturday, May 9 from 5:30 to 6:00 p.m. ( This WTOC interview with Festival's Executive Director Maria Zouves will get you both intrigued and excited to participate!)
Meet Peggy, Our COVID-19 RN

Take a few minutes to read this fascinating Connect Savannah interview with our COVID-19 Registered Nurse.  

We are grateful to Southern Motors for their recent donation of N-95 masks and to the many community volunteers who have sewn cloth masks, to Ellen Claire Soapery for donating hand sanitizer and to our volunteer Judy who asked her son for 50 masks for our staff as her Mother's Day gift this year. To make a donation to help us purchase Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for our heroic staff, simply check that designation at our secure giving link.
Virtual Help Is Available
Recently, we posted a virtual memorial gathering to help you honor and remember loved ones who may have died during this time when we cannot mourn together in the usual ways:

Our Edel Caregiver Institute is offering virtual support for family caregivers and Full Circle's bereavement counselors are here to support those who grieve. Please reach out if you are struggling during these stressful times. 
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