Early Childhood Education and Development Center

Keeps fees affordable for low-income families. Provides free services to families who are homeless. One hundred percent of our "graduates", including those with emotional, physical, and psychological disabilities, go on to achieve at or above their target skill level in kindergarten. We are in 100% compliance with state regulations and immunization. 

Crisis Intervention

Computer Lab

Open Daily
Monday - Friday
9 - 4pm

Do you need help applying for benefits such as the SNAP program?
Do you need emergency assistance with food, utilities, or rent?
Do you need someone to advocate on your behalf?
Do just need someone to listen? 
Guest what? Wesley’s Family Advocate can help. Call (912) 236-4226 to schedule an appointment.

Holiday Family "Adoption" Program

Helping a single mother provide Christmas gifts for her children so she does not need to choose between food or gifts, providing gifts for children who would otherwise go without because their mother just got laid off, and bringing Christmas cheer to children who just exited a shelter and need transitional support. Wesley’s Holiday Adoption program provides children in need with the holiday cheer their parents/caregivers desperately want them to have. In order to help as many disadvantaged children as possible, we must secure donor commitment to this annual program.

Many of the children who receive assistance through our Holiday Adoption program are children of Women’s Center participants or children who attend Wesley’s early childhood programs (Wesley’s Early Childhood Center and the Lady Bamford Center). We work with these families year-round. We know their stories and we know their struggles. In 2014, Wesley’s Holiday Adoption program gave over $1,315 in store gift cards to parents/caregivers so they could shop for gifts for their children. More than $1,500 worth of gifts and toys were also provided to families in need. This year, we need more help than ever.

Join us now - commit to adopting a family or families in need.

Consider getting your church, place of business, community organization, friends or neighbors involved. To sign up or for more information, please call me at (912) 236-4226. Together we can make a difference to children in need during the most special time of year.

Adult Education Classes

Wesley partners with The Royce Learning Center to offer adult education and GED classes.  
Classes are held on Tuesday & Thursday.
Morning Hours 9:00 a.m.- 11:00 a.m.
Evening Hours 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.

Trained instructors work in small groups to help students reach their full potential.

Food Pantry

Food Assistance occurs the first and second Wednesday of each month. At 10:00 AM a "Food for Thought " Program shows participants how to cook on a low-income budget. Participants are able to sample food and get a bag of groceries so they can re-create the menu item at home for their families! "Food for Thought" is located at our main Wesley site at 1601 Drayton Street Savannah, GA.

Please bring with you the following items for service:

  • Picture ID
  • Social Security cards for ALL household members
  • proof of income

Food assistance is also available as needed, with a referral. Please call the Family Advocate (912-447-5711) for more details.