Keeping The Community on Their Feet.

Shoes for the Homeless and Underprivileged in the Lowcountry

Introducing a community service program facilitated by Atlantic Foot & Ankle Specialists called “Keeping The Community on Their Feet.”

Our goal is to provide a much needed supply of footwear for the homeless and underprivileged by collecting shoes in good condition donated by members of the Savannah, Statesboro, Hinesville, Pooler and Hardeeville communities.

All donations collected will go to J.C. Lewis Health Center, Interfaith Hospitality Network, Savannah Union Mission, Curtis V. Cooper Center – Strides for Savannah, Savannah Baptist Center, Devine Rest of Savannah, and Family Promise of Beaufort County, community outreach shelters in Savannah and Hardeeville.

You can donate shoes at our Pooler office.

Atlantic Foot & Ankle Specialists would like to thank the following Community Outreach Partners and donation centers.

Thanks for your help!

To get involved or for more information, please contact (912) 988-3323.

Community Outreach Partners and donation centers

Dr. Robert G. Carter Internal Medicine
109 West Oglethorpe Highway
Hinesville, GA 31313

Charles Ellis Montessori Academy
220 East 49th Street
Savannah, GA 31405

Fleet Feet Sports
3405 Waters Avenue
Savannah, GA 31404

Georgia Southern University

Eagle Entertainment
Post Office Box 7990
Statesboro, GA 30460

Specialty Sports
704 Mall Blvd.
Savannah, GA 31406

Southeast Georgia & Coastal South Carolina – American Diabetes Association
5105 Paulsen Street, Ste. C-236
Savannah, GA 31405

Palmetto Running Company
30 Plantation Park Dr #103
Bluffton, SC 29910

Thanks to those who have contributed

  • Advanced Chiropractic Center
  • Chiropractic Care
  • Snazzy Nail Bar

Non-Profits We Support

Coastal Pet Rescue

Many employees at Atlantic Foot & Ankle Specialists volunteer at Coastal Pet Rescue. Coastal Pet Rescue is a non-profit animal rescue organization, based in Savannah, Georgia dedicated to saving the lives of homeless, abused and neglected dogs and cats. If you would like to learn more about Coastal Pet Rescue to volunteer or donate visit

Build A Bridge Foundation

Build A Bridge Foundation of Georgia (BBF)’s mission is to close the gap of poverty for women and children through education and community resources and to enhance the quality of life for all members of the community, especially those who are poor, suffering, or are otherwise disadvantaged by providing quality education services and community resources. For more information please visit

Lindsey’s Place

A Special Place for Young People with Special Needs Lindsey’s Place Camp offers residential camp and day outing sessions for individuals with special needs. They enrich the lives of individuals with special needs by creating a residential experience that promotes self esteem, self confidence, and independence. Lindsey’s Place Camp focus is to provide experiential programs that promote personal growth in a nurturing environment that is challenging, creative, social, and positive. To learn more please visit

Jasper Animal Rescue Mission

Jasper Animal Rescue Mission exists to serve the people of Jasper County by providing shelter and humane care to dogs and cats that are lost, abandoned, neglected or abused; placing adoptable dogs and cats in good homes with caring people; reducing the population of stray and neglected dogs and cats by promoting and providing spaying and neutering; and providing educational material and learning opportunities concerning the proper care and treatment of pets. For more information please visit

Historic Savannah Founation

Since their beginnings in 1955, HSF started a Revolving Fund to buy and sell endangered historic properties which has now saved over 350 buildings and counting, in not just the Landmark District but throughout several of Savannah’s National Register districts. HSF has grown into one of the most respected local preservation organizations in the country—emphasizing not only the protection of individual historic buildings but also the revitalization of blighted neighborhoods. To find out more visit

United Way of the Coastal Empire

Through partnerships, long-term planning, and wise investment of donor contributions, United Way supports more than 100 programs which represent 58 nonprofit agencies within three impact areas; Education & Youth Development, Economic Independence, Health & Wellness. United Way of the Coastal Empire serves four counties: Bryan, Chatham, Effingham, and Liberty. To learn more please visit

Statesboro Food Bank

The Statesboro Food Bank serves food and smiles to people in need in the greater Bulloch county area.  We are currently located at 400 Donnie Simmons Way Statesboro, GA. Volunteers, food and monetary donations are always welcome. Find more info at