By Deni Avant
A group of women in bright orange, yellow, and red saris sang a beautiful song that likened the team’s arrival to their village to flowers blooming. Everywhere the team went, there was a sense of celebration, a sense of honor and openness.
Several partners from throughout the city of Charlotte joined together to encourage elementary and middle school students. It turned out to be a very special day, so check it out below.
A group of students from Clemson University had a very special spring break. They've been in class learning about Servant Leadership, so joined Samaritan's Feet to serve in the Dominican Republic for a week.
Emma Goldean, field hockey player for The Ohio State University, is using her platform for good by using her name, image, and likeness (NIL).
What if a shoe distribution could set in motion a series of events that would eventually eradicate a disease from an entire nation, and ultimately, a continent? Because, that’s what’s next.
I’m from the northern part of Nigeria. That part of Nigeria is historically a bit less educated. My grandfather was a minister and my uncle and aunt worked in the city of Jos, where I ended moving.
The mission team was just a mile from the Mexico border. They were setting up a shoe distribution at Good Neighbor Settlement House in Brownsville, TX for around 150 people.
Ms. Clara has a gentle voice and kind spirit. She is a mom of six, with one on the way. She has four girls, Sanare, Ivoina, Cordelia, and Maryln, and two boys, David and Jenarno.
See the impact of Samaritan's Feet partnering with the North Carolina Community Action Association (NCCAA) to serve thousands of families across the state.
Up the mountain, to the border, and over the swamp. The Samaritan’s Feet team in Belize traveled deep, far, and wide to villages and communities which don’t often receive visitors.
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Follow these instructions to start giving to Samaritan’s Feet through your regular Amazon purchases:
Sign in to smile.amazon.com on your desktop or mobile phone browser. From your desktop, go to Your Account and select the option to Change your Charity. Or, from your mobile browser, select Change your Charity from the options at the bottom of the page. Select Samaritan’s Feet.
The Smith House Salad
Mixed Greens, Radish, Carrots, & Cherry Tomato with a Mustard Seed Vinaigrette
4 oz. Petit USDA Prime Filet Mignon
Served Medium Rare with Standard Sauce
4 oz. Norwegian Salmon
Home-Style Mashed Potatoes & Steamed Asparagus
Jack Daniels Caramel Sauce & Southern Candied Pecans
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Samaritan’s Feet International
P.O. Box 78992
Charlotte, NC 28271
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