Teens Join SIP in Annual Charity Basketball Game

SAVANNAH, GA (September 15, 2016): The Savannah Impact Program (SIP) is gearing up for its 6th Annual Slam Dunk Hunger Basketball Game and Canned Food Drive. During this event, youth participating in SIP’s Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act program (WIOA) will join forces with Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police officers and SIP staff in a competition with a good cause.

slam-dunk-hunger-2016The game is set for Tuesday, Oct. 11, at 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. at the Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club, at 510 East Charlton Street.

This event will include a slam dunk showdown, three point contest and live music. A donation of one canned good is requested for admission.

Food donation boxes have been placed at SCMPD’s headquarters, administration building and precincts, along with the SIP office and the Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club. All donations support SIP’s ‘Stock the Pantry Month’ outreach program. Stock the Pantry takes place every October to benefit the Social Apostolate of Savannah’s food and meal assistance initiatives.

WIOA seeks to assist eligible youth in achieving academic and employment success through effective and comprehensive activities.

SIP is a specialized unit of SCMPD, with a focus on community policing along with cognitive, behavioral and educational skills training for at risk and high risk individuals.

For more information, contact SIP at (912) 651-4350.

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