take part in a person's
all it takes is one act of kindness a month to help someone rebuild the world around them
Use Samaritan to…
be part of someone’s team, and over time, how they endure to reach safe housing
give directly to meet immediate & strategic needs
(each ¢ goes to the person & is tax-deductible)
inspire action from the person you're investing in, as well as from your friends & family
grow deeper contentment around what you have and what you can give
walk with people, not by them
help members find a
social & physical home
samaritans like you
signed up to volunteer
restore hope and help
given and used
to enter housing
meet a need and
join a member's
of members overcome
key barriers to housing
You are a samaritan
One act of kindness a month. It may not seem like much, but that’s all it takes. Because when someone has 30 people on their team, that’s one smile a day that can help keep someone alive.
In this time of social and physical isolation, you’d be surprised how simple acts of kindness can go a long way to help people reach life-changing goals. We’ve seen it happen dozens of times.
Our data shows that most Samaritan Members statistically improve their quality of life when they’re able to access ≥$50/month from a team of ≥5 samaritans for ≥6 months.
How can so little go so far?
Because it’s not just money that people lack.
It’s a team of believers; a social home of people who can strengthen someone’s fight to stay afloat. It is a lack of neighbors—a social poverty—most commonly leads people to the street to begin with.
So what could this monthly act of kindness be for you?
It could be giving $10/month towards their goals; it could be sending a message of encouragement or opportunity; it could be dropping a needed item at a tent city or at an organization; it could be bringing the person on for a gig like gardening or playing music at an event; it could simply be inviting others to join the person’s team. Give where you’re gifted. The rest will take care of itself.
Would you join the team of a Samaritan Member today? We’d love to have you.
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Chuck Now-Housed Beacon Holder
Jeff Lilley former CEO of Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission
Melissa M Beacon Holder