(SAVANNAH, GA) – Students from the Savannah Arts Academy’s Visual Arts Department have donated a portion of the proceeds from their 2016 Junk 2 Funk fashion shows to Hospice Savannah. Held in late January, the eighth annual event had an “Intergalactic” theme and featured space-inspired designs made from recycled and reclaimed materials.
Studio art drawing instructor Steve Schetski, whose father died under hospice care, presented a check for $500 to Kim Stangle, Vice President of the Hospice Savannah Foundation. This is the fourth time the students have selected Hospice Savannah as a recipient of proceeds.
Steve & Kim Schetski
About Hospice Savannah, Inc.
Founded in 1979, Hospice Savannah, Inc. is the only not-for-profit hospice serving Bryan, Chatham, Effingham, Liberty and Long counties to be a designated agency of the United Way of the Coastal Empire, and to be voluntarily accredited by The Joint Commission. Hospice Savannah’s mission is to provide the community the best resources on living with a life-limiting illness, dying, death, grief and loss.