Feeling patriotic every day

Ophelia Rodriguez, annual giving specialist for the Hospice Savannah Foundation, and resident of Pooler, volunteers her time to serve as the co-chair of the hospice’s “We Honor Veterans” program. Ophelia, who served dual military in the Active US Army and the … read more

Remembering our fathers

As Fathers Day approaches, our thoughts turn to our dads – whether they be alive or dead, and whether they evoke happy memories or troubling ones. “My father, Henry O’Hara Logan, was a very tall, rather intimidating man who was … read more

Honoring Veterans on Memorial Day and every day

This weekend we held a small ceremony  for the Masters and O’Connor families at the veterans’ memorial at Hospice House. The ceremony honored the memory of their loved ones, both of whom were Marines. Mrs. Teresa Masters’ husband, Harry, died … read more

The best choice for care…So much more than hospice!

Our mission keeps us focused on providing our community the best services and resources on living with a life-limiting illness, dying, death, grief and loss throughout Bryan, Chatham, Effingham, Liberty and Long counties. However, with community support and the work … read more

Yes, there is such a thing as a free lunch!

Please join us at the community panel and complimentary lunch on Friday at noon at the Mercer Auditorium, 1250 E. 66th Street in Savannah! Our panel of spiritual leaders will discuss “The Caregiver Crisis and how Religious Communities can Help” … read more

A year-end message

Hospice Savannah used to have a tag line for its advertising that read “Adding Life to Days”. Even though we don’t use that tagline much anymore, we certainly still believe it! It is a difficult time of year to make … read more