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The Market at 3 West Ridge

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The Market at 3 West Ridge is an annual fundraiser to help non-profit agencies serving at-risk children and youth in Savannah. It consists of a boutique trunk show and plant sale. The trunk show features carefully selected vendors from across the country offering unique merchandise, including personal apparel for the whole family and items for the home and garden. 


The Market’s Plant Sale offers the opportunity to pre-order a wide assortment of early spring plants with a March pick-up date. During the Market, several hundred annuals and perennials, hanging baskets, and containers are for sale.

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2022 Market Awards Checks to Charities

2023 marks St. Peter’s 24th year of sustained commitment to charities focused on children at risk in Savannah and well over a million dollars has been raised to support that effort.  The proceeds of the 2023 Market will be awarded to Heads-Up Guidance Services (HUGS) and People of Action Caring for Kids (P.A.C.K.), both local non-profit agencies dedicated to improving the health and welfare of Savannah’s children at risk.

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Since the founding of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in 1995, outreach has been central to the church’s mission.  In 1996, the Rector urged the Episcopal Church Women (ECW) “to serve the wider community beyond our doors and build fellowship with the congregation.”  The ECW voted that fundraising should support charities benefitting at risk children in Savannah.  Read the history of The Market and its predecessor, Antiques Show, here.

2023 Market Co-Chairs Susan Homar and Suzanne Thomas wish to express their appreciation to the many St. Peter’s parishioners for their past and current support of the Market’s success with hard work, creativity, enthusiasm and financial support; to our many corporate sponsors; and to our community partners.  Checks will be presented to this year’s selected charities at the end of April. 

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