Enmarket and Healthy Savannah Present $1,000 Enmarket Encourage Health Check and Host Service Day
“Our employees are always eager to give back to the community, and these volunteer days, which are new to the Encourage Health Series, have proven to be successful on all sides,” said Brett Giesick, president of Enmarket. “We don’t want to only hand these organizations a check, we want to get involved and make a difference in our communities.”
The West Broad Street YMCA has been serving the community on the West Side of Savannah since its charter in 1942, and it is one of only five remaining Heritage YMCAs.
The current facility houses a Live Oak Public Library site, a thriving community garden, ample community and recreation space along with a 6,000 square foot childcare facility. For over 75 years, the West Broad Street YMCA has been a safe place for all ages and abilities to learn, grow and thrive.
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, David’s Dry Cleaners, 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 and was noted as the industry’s “Biggest Mover” in store count ranking by Convenience Store News in 2018. The company is committed to giving back to the community through many charitable contributions and volunteer efforts, offering fresh food, healthy snacks, and competitively priced quality fuel as part of its mission to enrich life. 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. www.enmarket.com
Following the presentation, representatives from Enmarket and Healthy Savannah remained on-site to volunteer in the community garden, as well as weed and spread mulch on the children’s playground.