Savannah Quarters® Hosted Autumn Fest on October 14th to Benefit Family Promise of Greater Savannah

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Event raises more than $6,700 to support local families in need.

As we continue to show our commitment to civic improvement, we are thrilled to be able to help Family Promise further their mission of building stronger families while providing a day full of fun for folks in our area

Savannah Quarters® was pleased to host its second major event of the year, Autumn Fest, on Saturday, October 14th from 11am to 3pm around the Park in Easthaven. This large-scale event was free to the public; however, donations were accepted on behalf of Family Promise of Greater Savannah as it celebrated their 20th anniversary. Attendees enjoyed fun and games, face painting, balloon art, food trucks, a pumpkin patch, a magic show featuring Magic Marc, and a dunk tank filled with local celebrities and news figures. Over 1,000 people united at this collaborative community event that raised $6,781.56 to be used to support area families in need. Donations came from event attendees as well as from Savannah Quarters’® builder partners: Ashwood Fine Homes, Dream Finders Homes, Mungo Homes, and Village Park Homes. Additional funds were also raised through Food Truck Philanthropy as The Big Cheese and Ben & Jerry’s donated 10% of their profits to the cause.    

“As we continue to show our commitment to civic improvement, we are thrilled to be able to help Family Promise further their mission of building stronger families while providing a day full of fun for folks in our area,” said Gerrit Albert, Division President – Coastal South for LStar Ventures.

Family Promise is a non-profit organization comprised of a network of Host Congregations and volunteers who provide area families in peril the opportunity to remain together, to build up savings, and to make connections with those motivated to help them succeed. In addition to Host Congregations, the Network also consists of Support Congregations, which contribute volunteers, in-kind donations, and financial donations to the Network.

“We were excited when Savannah Quarters® asked if they could host an event on our behalf,” said Katrina Bostick, Executive Director of Family Promise of Greater Savannah. “There’s often a struggle as resources are finite and we are constantly seeking ways to raise funds that allow us to serve our clients, but we didn’t want to miss the opportunity to celebrate our 20th year! Savannah Quarters® helped us save $10,000 just by hosting this event and we all know in the non-profit world: money saved is money earned. We have truly been blessed by Savannah Quarters®!”

A check presentation was held at Family Promise of Greater Savannah’s Day Center on Tuesday, November 7th at 1pm.

For more information about Savannah Quarters®, visit or to find out how you can get involved with Family Promise of Greater Savannah, call 912-790-9446.

About Savannah Quarters®
Savannah Quarters® is a premier new home community in the southeast located 10 miles west of the Savannah city center in Pooler. The 2,600-acre masterplan community offers charm, relaxation, beauty and recreation. The fun and relaxed Club at Savannah Quarters® features resort-style amenities such as fitness, tennis, swimming, and a stunning clubhouse with year-round dining and gracious Southern service. Residents can also enjoy the 18-hole Greg Norman Signature Golf Course woven throughout the community. Future plans include a new Village Center, new residences and new adventures for every generation. To schedule a tour and find your dream home, please call 912.450.2300 or visit

About LStar Ventures
Since our inception in 2007, LStar Ventures has built more than 65 beautiful, financially successful, and environmentally sensitive communities in 15 states. We are a privately held real estate development firm that owns many of the finest master-planned communities in the country. We take pride in our financial strength, as we maintain little to no debt on any of our real estate assets. This unique approach ensures we can confidently and successfully execute our development strategies over very long periods of time and through varying economic cycles. For more information, please visit

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