The Bridge: Wrap a Gift & Rap a Rhyme to help raise money for the Greenbriar Children’s Center



Are you looking for a way to put your creativity skills to the test for a good cause this holiday season?

If your answer was, ‘Yes’, you’ll definitely want to volunteer for this next event!

It’s called the Greenbriar ‘Wrap Off”, and the Executive Director of the Greenbriar Children’s Center of Savannah stopped by The Bridge to tell us all about it.

The mission of the Greenbriar Children’s Center is to help at-risk, homeless and runaway children and help strengthen families in need.

Every December the center hosts a gift-wrapping center to raise money to continue to be able to help children and families in need.

Volunteers can work at the gift-wrapping center and people can get their gifts wrapped for a pretty good price!

But on Saturday, December 17th at 2:00 p.m. there will be a special “Wrap-off” contest at The ‘Macy’s Court’ inside the Oglethorpe Mall in Savannah.

On that day, local celebrities, community leaders, etc. will write their own raps and preform them in the mall.

Whoever brings in the most money during their performance is the winner! (But truly, everyone is a winner for participating!)

All of the proceeds will go back to The Greenbriar Children’s Center.

***And they’re still looking for volunteers!***

If you’re interested, call Stephanie Majors: (912)-234-3431

Click here to learn more about The Greenbriar Children’s Center.

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