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Samaritan Ministries Names New 2023-2024 Board Members

We are thrilled to announce the newest members to Samaritan Ministries’ Board of Directors. In picture: Brenda A. Kearney, Sylvia Oberle, Brittany G. Neely, Rev. Jackie M. Hairston, Todd A. Williams, and Jerry Enos (not pictured). Each of these individuals brings a unique set of skills, experiences, and perspectives to our organization. We are confident…

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Tour de Llama 2023: A Video Message About Love, Hope, and Service

The cycling community came together in June to enjoy fellowship, beautiful countryside, and llama. We’re grateful to our presenting sponsor, Arbor Investment Advisors, for this beautiful video showcasing Tour de Llama 2023 that tells the story of loving and caring for one another. Collectively, we can all have an impact on the lives of our…

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Back to the Future Volunteers: New Volunteer Updates & Opportunities!

Three years after COVID turned everyone’s world upside down, most of us are eager to return to “the way we were” — while remaining mindful of lessons learned during the pandemic. For people like you, we hope that could mean a return to volunteering at Samaritan Ministries. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Volunteer Capacity You will find many things are…

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Samaritan Needs of the Week: February 06-10

Help spread the word. We need donations to help support our Soup Kitchen and Shelter. Please consider reviewing our wish list or ordering items online on our Amazon Smile. Click here to view our AMAZON SMILE LIST.  

February Salemtowne Volunteer Spotlight

Meet Caleigh Hauber and Maddison Carter! As part of their community service efforts through Davidson-Davie Community College, both Caleigh and Maddison gravitated towards Samaritan Ministries in hopes of making a difference in the lives of our guests, one meal at a time. Volunteering is one of the best hands-on experiences for students to learn the…

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Winston-Salem/ Forsyth County’s Annual Point-in-Time Count.

Kenneth Koontz, Project Cornerstone Supportive Services Counselor and Cleveland B., Project Cornerstone Program Participant   Last week, Samaritan Ministries participated in the Annual Point-in-Time Count in partnership with Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Continuum of Care (COC). Point-in-Time Count happens annually on the last Wednesday of January all over the country.  The community comes together to survey our brothers, sisters,…

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