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SAVANNAH, GA – September 19, 2018 – Family Promise of Greater Savannah is planning a seasonal celebration for families that will include an array of autumn staples – a pumpkin patch, candy apples, Halloween-themed children’s activities and musical entertainment. The only thing missing from Family Promise’s Fall Festival is the high price tag attendees usually must pay to enjoy an outdoor event of this caliber.

To ensure all Coastal Empire families are in a position to take part in the day’s festivities, Family Promise is offering reasonably priced admission in the form of single tickets and bundled discount packages.

The Fall Festival – which is from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20 at St. Frances Cabrini Catholic School – will feature bounce houses, face painting, a dunking booth, balloon animals, a gaming truck, merchandise vendors, food trucks and a concession stand. St. Frances Cabrini is located at 11500 Middleground Road in Savannah. Tickets cost $8 for children ages 3-17 and $12 for adults, and they include access to all festival activities except for the gaming truck. Additionally, a four-person family ticket package is available for $30. All proceeds will benefit the mission and programs Family Promise of Greater Savannah.

“We’ve been working hard to ensure the success of our Fall Festival, and we’re so excited for families to come out and spend quality time together while enjoying a variety of activities and entertainment options,” said Family Promise Executive Director Katrina Bostick. “We’re grateful to all of our sponsors who generously contributed to the creation of this event, such as Food Lion, Kroger and Publix, and we invite the community out for a day of fall fun, food and family time!”

Oct. 20 will mark the festival’s second appearance in Savannah. In October 2017, the event was held at Savannah Quarters and was received so well that Bostick and her staff decided to make it an annual celebration. Anyone interested in attending this year’s festival can buy tickets online at or purchase them at the gate the day of the event. Patrons can also buy meal tickets in advance as well as time for the game truck.

Family Promise offers a holistic approach to the crisis of family homelessness. Their programs address the range of issues that affect low-income families, including stabilization, training classes, transitional programs, prevention programs and more.

For more information on Family Promise, or to purchase Fall Festival tickets, please visit


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