for corporate & faith groups

Mobilize your team to help people without a home in your city.

the impact cuts both ways.

Corporate, faith, and volunteer groups use Samaritan to empower their communities to help people access the social and financial capital needed to find a home.

use samaritan to...

rally your team around one or more individuals at an evidence-based $80/month, bcaking them with encouragement and support until housing or health goals are reached.

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get engagement rolling through a Seed Gift that's given to your team to cover their first $10 or $20 investment.

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match your team's contributions to a sponsored neighbor, or open it up with a city-wide match with several brand placements.

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give to a single Goal Fund that all individuals receive from based on positive action steps they complete with a care provider.

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sponsor new Samaritan smart wallets for a local care provider to reach people close to your community or business. Volunteer to help people sign up for Samaritan.

your team confronts it weekly, or even daily.

As they read the news in this time or travel the city, they'll be reminded how vulnerable some of our unhoused neighbors truly are. Kindness yields unexpected health and self-improvement benefits*.

but what can be done here? what can your team do?

We've seen that when we surround a person with social and financial capital, it helps accelerate their path to a permanent, supportive home. A social home- followed by the physical home.

use samaritan to engage your community in in this process and reinforce the efforts of a local care provider.

Whether it's your employees, partners, clients, congregants, or community group.

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let's talk about getting this resource to people in your community.


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Laura Now-Housed Beacon Holder
Sometimes, you can feel really invisible and it can kind of feel a lot of times like there's no help out there. It was just nice to have people be like 'Yea, we really want to help.'
Jason K Samaritan App User
I am convinced Samaritan is a great tool for teaching my kids (who ask often about homelessness) generosity and empathy.
Michael M Now-Housed Beacon Holder
I can't forget how fragile my situation was. Support from city samaritans is how I kept myself pointed in the right direction.
Lawrence Beacon Holder
Thanks so much for all you do. It truly does make an impact in my life as well as others.
Marys place
Goodwill seattle
Grocery outlet
St vincent de paul
King county metro
Millionair club charity
Outdoor emporium
Pike market senior center
Street bean coffee belltown
Union gospel mission
Army navy surplus
La bodega
Lane powell

Want to help? Whether you’re a church, company, or local merchant, there’s a way to invest in our unsheltered.