LMFRF Quarterly Report

Courtesy of LMFRF

Monday, May 25, 2020, Memorial Day at The Landings on Skidaway, was a time for reflection and a time for remembering all those who have sacrificed and protected the freedom of this marvelous nation. However, this year was different. It will long be remembered as the year we all had plenty of time to reflect on the simple things, such as going to Religious Services, attending a stadium event, watching a parade, giving a friend a hug, attending social gatherings, just some of our simple freedoms denied. Proof again, that nothing in this life is guaranteed!

We all are so blessed to be a part of this community and what it offers from the great Club amenities, the beauty of the island, the marinas, common areas, and biking and walking paths. Our kids and grandkids call it a summer camp for grownups! We also are blessed to be connected to and supportive of, those who protect our freedom through our Landings Military Relief Fund. On behalf of the LMFRF Board of Directors, it is our honor to share the letter below, which outlines an example of that support, addressed to you, the Landings community.

Remember our Military in your prayers. “Not everyone is cut out to be in the Military, but those who put on the uniform deserve our support and respect, as they have dreams and aspirations like us, and they have pledged their all to DEFEND!” Gen Retired, Jack Keene said recently on national TV.


How can you help?

Donations given are used to help the Military and their families. All gifts are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.

Make checks payable to SCF LMFRF. Please be certain to include your address on your check. Send checks to the address below:

Savannah Community Foundation
2225 Norwood Avenue, Suite B
Savannah, Ga. 31406


Join our Donor Team and be Landings Proud! You can follow the Fund on Facebook “The Landings Military Family Relief Fund”.

On behalf of the LMFRF Board of Directors, thank you.



This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website.

Visit landings.org to read the original article.