Events

RSVP To This Year’s Business Appreciation Breakfast

We are so GRATEFUL for you! The Winston-Salem business community cares for the health and vibrancy of our city. And Samaritan Ministries is honored to be your partner in helping provide a warm meal, a safe space, and hope for the future for those who could use a kind gesture. We will enjoy a delicious…

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Announcing the 2021 Good Samaritan Philanthropy Award Recipient

Congratulations to the 2021 Good Samaritan Philanthropy Award Recipient, Jerry Enos! The Good Samaritan Philanthropy Award was established in 2011 to honor an individual or group who has made significant contributions to Samaritan Ministries. Our hope is that by recognizing this individual or group, Samaritan will be able to further raise awareness about our needs in…

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Penny Campaign 2021 Happening Now!

It takes just 309 pennies to provide a warm meal for someone in need. It takes 5,655 pennies to provide a night of shelter to a homeless neighbor. Every donation – even pennies – makes a difference. For over 25 years, the Penny Campaign has energized the greater Winston-Salem community to help feed the hungry during the…

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Let Us Pray For You

Prayers at Samaritan Samaritan Ministries believes in the power of prayer and wants to pray for whatever is on your heart. All requests will be shared anonymously with a team designated to praying over every single request each month. It is an honor and privilege to pray for you. Ways to submit a prayer request: Prayer…

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Miss SAM & Eggs?

In case you missed it, we’re proud to share our 2021 SAM & Eggs: A Virtual Story of Christian Love program with you. We’re grateful to everyone for watching and learning more about the mission of Samaritan and our guests we serve. Thank you for prayerfully considering making a donation. Please know every gift makes…

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Charles’ Story

Meet Charles. Charles is a current Samaritan shelter guest. In October 2020, Charles came to Samaritan during the COVID-19 pandemic. His roommate, a breast cancer patient, was incredibly vulnerable to illness, so to protect her, he willingly left the apartment and decided to stay at Samaritan until he could find somewhere else to live. During…

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