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August 11, 2020 - Historic Savannah Foundation recently unveiled its new website, which has a fresh, new design and user-friendly layout.

Other features on the new site include an online directory of businesses that support preservation throughout Savannah and Chatham County, a news feed to keep site visitors up to date, and listings of HSF properties that are for sale – including an option for interested parties to submit an RFP online. An easy-to-use donation function allows individuals and businesses to make donations online to benefit HSF's preservation efforts. An internet shop encourages users to proudly display their support for the legendary local nonprofit by purchasing HSF merchandise.

The website’s easy-to-navigate format allows individuals who want to become HSF members, supporters, or event participants to get involved or renew memberships with just a couple of clicks. The site displays information about the organization’s mission, preservation efforts, awards, and programs. Those interested in research will find HSF’s new site a valuable source of historic information, photos, maps of the 13 unique historic districts throughout Savannah and Chatham County, and “before and after” images of various HSF preservation projects.

The website was designed by RobMark, a Savannah-based firm offering web design and other marketing services. 

“We commissioned a new website in order to provide the community with information about Historic Savanah Foundation and share the wealth of knowledge and valuable data we’ve had the privilege of amassing over the years. Now we can be sure that everyone who is interested in

our mission, donating, or learning more can quickly access relevant information,” said HSF President and CEO Sue Adler. “We want this updated website to reflect who we are as an organization and to illustrate the passion, motivation and drive that HSF represents. We’re thrilled with the site’s look and message.” 

HSF saves buildings, places, and stories that define Savannah’s past, present and future. Following its formation in 1955, the nonprofit organization started a Revolving Fund to save endangered historic properties, now totaling nearly 410 buildings that have been saved and protected throughout several of Savannah’s historic districts. HSF is committed to continuing to build capacity within HSF’s operations, secure new financial resources, improve HSF’s image and visibility, and increase public policy efforts to protect Savannah’s historic districts. For more information about HSF and to see the new w

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