WHO WE ARE
The Savannah 100 Foundation, Inc. is an all- volunteer organization that uses the law for social justice by public education and increasing the pool of attorneys who share these objectives. Our signature program, the Judge Eugene H. Gadsden Memorial Scholarship identifies future leaders and provides financial and mentoring support to promising Savannah/Low Country students who intend to become attorneys and to work for a future of decency, equality, and real social justice.
Organized in 2010, the Savannah 100 Foundation is steadfast in its mission to improve the quality of life in the Savannah/Low Country area. We believe that systemic inequality is a reality of life in Savannah and elsewhere and, accordingly, we support long-term societal change by public education and increasing the pool of attorneys who will become agents of change. We receive no public funding, are an IRS-approved non-profit organization, and have been awarded Guidestar’s Gold Shield for transparency. Your donations are deductible to the full extent of the law.
To make equality and social justice a reality in the Savannah/Low Country area, to support students who intend to pursue a career in law and use the law to achieve social justice.
Savannah is an engaged, just, and thriving community.
Integrity: Trust, good stewardship, accountability and transparency.
Leadership: We value diverse viewpoints and learn from others.
Innovation: We commit to creativity and excellence to effect lasting change.
Collaboration: We believe that collaborative relationships lead to lasting solutions.