Savannah Master Calendar was founded in 2005 to help local Nonprofits to Avoid scheduling conflicts!

“Doing WELL by doing GOOD!”  is our mission!  

Post your upcoming NONPROFIT events here, and subscribe to our FREE weekly SavannahMasterCalendar Newsletter, which goes to 20,000 Savannah business & nonprofit leaders- each week.

MONTHLY CHARITY EVENT: We also host with Baker McCullough our Presenting Sponsor and 11 other Corporate Partners,   a monthly networking/Charity Fundraiser event series; SavannahHELPS which brings together local business and nonprofit leaders in a social setting with appetizers, beverages, door prizes and great Networking !!   A different charity each month is highlighted,   Held on the 4th Tuesday of Each Month from 530-7PM.  Location Varies each month – so check our home page for more details.

To co-sponsor this event and reach NEW CLIENTS, volunteer to help, to donate door prizes, or info on how to get your charity involved, please contact Marianne Ganem-Poppell at 912-224-4869 or by email SavannahMasterCalendar@gmail.com!

Marianne Ganem-Poppell

PRESIDENT & EDITOR-In-Chief:   Marianne is third generation native Savannahian.   Her family owned local business,  Johnnie Ganems is  celebrating 75 years in business in 2017.   Marianne is a graduate of Savannah Christian Preparatory School and Valdosta State University, where she majored in business and marketing.  She currently serves as President & the Editor-In-Chief for the Savannah Master Calendar responsible for the Business of the Week column.   Marianne also serves on the Board of Directors for the Savannah Jaycees & the Downtown Business Association.   In 2014, she raised $80,000+ for the local chapter of the American Diabetes Association (ADA).   In 2015, Marianne was honored to serve as the Chair for the 23rd annual ADA Kiss a Pig Campaign.  She is a recipient of the 2015 Next Generation Rising Stars in Savannah, GA. which honors local business leaders under the age of 40.  Marianne was most recently a graduate of The 2016 Leadership Savannah Class, a program of the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce(SACC).  Ms Ganem-Poppell also serves on the Ambassadors Council for the SACC.   Married to Rob Poppell, Marianne is a mom to three boys, Lawson, Brady Thomas, & Palmer and one sheltie, Princess Paddle.  They all keep her constantly running ! Marianne and her family reside in Coffee Bluff area of Savannah and are active members of the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist.

Scott West

FOUNDER & CEO /PUBLISHER: Scott was born in Meigs GA, attended high school in Moultrie GA, followed by Bachelors in Psychology at Emory University  in Atlanta and later graduating with Masters Degree in International Business from The American University in Washington, DC.   He serves as CEO and Publisher for the SavannahMasterCalendar.com weekly emailed networking newsletter for the business and nonprofit communities, reaching 20,000+ opt-in subscribers. He also helps local business owners with Grand Openings and Business Anniversary events. He has successfully coordinated 50+ of these events; each tied in with a local nonprofit charity.  In 2005, Scott returned home to Georgia/Savannah after working in 27 countries and living for 20 years in NYC.   Scott is best known internationally for his tourism marketing & event planning work with the government of  Australia where he was the First American ever hired on staff, requiring Act of Australian Parliament. As Senior Marketing official for USA he supervised $40Million Dollar Marketing Campaigns.  Using this experience, he created marketing campaigns for Aruba, Belize, Japan, Jerusalem Convention Center, Jordan, City of Nice, France, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, and the US Virgin Islands.   He specializes in the global Meetings, Incentives, Conventions & Events  (MICE) tourism markets.   Fluent in French & Spanish,  Mr. West has also served as an adjunct Professor at New York University and at the World Trade Institute of the NY World Trade Center where he taught Travel Industry marketing, Ecotourism, and Meetings/Event management.   His work history includes the GTU Division of The Carlson Companies, Westin Hotels, The Tax Foundation, and McNabb & Associates (New York DMC/Event Planning company.    A 10th-generation native Georgian of Cherokee heritage, from a family tobacco farm near Moultrie, GA (MEIGS), Scott is currently restoring a 1950s bungalow in the Gordonston area of Savannah with the dedicated assistance of Vinnie Pie,  a miniature black/tan piebald dachshund.  Memberships: Association of Fundraising Professionals-Coastal GA Chapter,  Buy Local Savannah, First City Network (FCN), Metro Savannah Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce (SACC), SavannahDachshundClub.com  (Founder  & President),  Savannah New Yorkers Club,  SouthWest Georgia Folks in Savannah SWAMP Club,   Small Business Chamber of Savannah (SBC),  South of Derenne Association (SODA),  Telfair Museum (William Jay Society),  Tourism Leadership Council of Savannah    PREVIOUS NATIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:   ASAE, ISES, MPI, NYSAE, PCMA, &  SITE.

Kendra DeMoura

Operations Director:

Kendra was born in southeastern Massachusetts and attended Emerson College in Boston. Shortly after graduating with her Bachelor of Arts in Writing, Literature, and Publishing, she relocated to California, first settling in San Francisco and later Oakland. After working in the publishing industry for a couple years, she decided to go back to school full time to study her hobby and passion: cooking. After earning an Associate of Science degree in Culinary Arts from City College of San Francisco, she worked in the busy, competitive Oakland restaurant scene before deciding to unite her passion for writing and cuisine and launch a food blog. In 2016, she, her husband, and their two adorable rescue terriers decided it was time for a new adventure and relocated to Savannah. Kendra is a proud member of the Junior League of Savannah. In her spare time, she enjoys reading fiction, searching for unique midcentury furniture, taking barre classes, and—rather obviously—cooking.