Enmarket and Healthy Savannah Donate Money, Participate in Day of Service
The companies donated $1,000 to Park Place Outreach – Youth Emergency Services as part of the 2019 Enmarket Encourage Health Series.
Enmarket and Healthy Savannah donated $1,000 to Park Place Outreach – Youth Emergency Services as part of the 2019 Enmarket Encourage Health Series.
The check presentation was followed by a service day at the Park Place Outreach house with volunteers from Enmarket.
Park Place Outreach is one of four area nonprofit organizations that will receive a $1,000 grant as part of the 2019 series. Park Place Outreach – Youth Emergency Services supports runaway, homeless and at-risk young people, ages 11-21, through residential and after-school programs.
Enmarket representatives volunteered at the House in the sun garden by planting fresh herbs and cleaning up the yard and sidewalks.
This marks the sixth year for the Enmarket Encourage Health Education Series sponsored by Healthy Savannah, St. Joseph’s/Candler, Clover Health, Sandfly Family Dental, the Charles H. Morris Center at Trustees’ Garden, Cha Bella, the city of Savannah, Savannah Morning News, Savannah Magazine and WRHQ.
Enmarket, founded as Interstate Stations by Robert Demere in 1963, is part of Savannah-based Colonial Group, Inc.
The retailer operates convenience stores in Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. Enmarket currently employs more than 1,200 people and operates 124 convenience stores and 14 quick-serve restaurants as the 54th largest convenience store operator in the country.