What is EmployAbility doing to keep those on campus safe?
EmployAbility is following the recommended COVID-19 procedures from organizations including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Georgia Department of Health, Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD), Georgia Department of Health (DPH). As more is known, we are updating our best practices to reflect current information.
How do I contact someone if I have questions or concerns?
Current program participants or family members should reach out to Ms. Shenequa Gresham, Director of Day Services, via email at [email protected].
Donors or media should contact Mr. Brendan Ferrara, CEO/President, via email at [email protected].
All other inquiries can be sent to [email protected]
How can I support EmployAbility during this challenging time?
Since much of our program revenue is attendance based, there will be a significant negative financial impact to our organization as a result of our temporary closure. We are closely monitoring the availability of federal, state, and grant funds to offset the economic impact of the COVID-19 crisis, but the generosity of the community will be very important to us during this challenge.
Your donations are always appreciated and at this difficult time, they can provide much-needed support as we navigate this difficult situation.
Here are two ways you can support us now:
- Donate online at employabilityga.org/donate
- Mail your contribution to:
PO Box 13607
Savannah, GA 31416