By Deni Avant
A small Samaritan's Feet team spent a few days safely serving in Poland and Ukraine. Read below to learn about these special distributions during a difficult time.
A small Samaritan’s Feet team spent a week in Poland serving Ukrainian refugees as these individuals are in a difficult transition of life.
In December 2021, a deadly tornado swept across Western Kentucky. It devastated homes and communities across four towns. Samaritan's Feet wanted to do their part to help.
Partnering with Sanford Health, over 1,600 students received a pair of new shoes, along with additional health services, just two weeks ago in Lekpongunor, Ghana.
The mission of Samaritan’s Feet is to create a world with zero shoeless people. In September, the organization worked towards that goal by “counting to zero."
Small towns are like big families. And the Samaritan’s Feet mission team serving throughout McDowell County, West Virginia instantly saw this in action.
Refugees from countries like Ethiopia, Burundi, Rwanda, and Eritrea walk up in beautiful, bright colors that only increase the already-glowing cheerfulness of the special community.
The sun beat down and smoke filled the air when the wind blew. We approached a home made of mud that filled the scene with a bright orange hue.
“If you had anything to do with this, thank you.” 67-year-old John took just a few seconds to pause from his dancing in the streets of downtown Washington D.C.
After a long, winding drive through the lush green mountains of Jamaica, we came to a fork in the road. There were no legible signs directing us, so we had to call for directions.
AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support Samaritan’s Feet, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the same shopping experience as Amazon.com, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to the charity of your choice.
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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Check with your company’s Human Resources office to see if they offer gift matching. If your employer does offer this program, your Human Resources department should provide you with a matching gift form to send to us, along with your donation. Complete this form and mail it with your donation to:
Samaritan’s Feet International
P.O. Box 78992
Charlotte, NC 28271
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