Stories from the Field

The impact of Samaritan’s Feet goes far beyond the shoes. We love sharing stories of how a pair of shoes encourages hope: Health, Opportunities, Peace, and Education.

Meet Zaiden

Meet Zaiden. He’s your typical 10-year-old boy. He loves soccer. He loves showing off the various medals he’s won. And he loves getting every last drop of ice cream out of his bowl. But on October 20, something extraordinary happened to Zaiden and his family.

Serving in India

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.

Celebrating Students and Their Dreams

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.

The Day We Danced in the Dominican Republic

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.

College Athlete Uses NIL for Good on MLK Holiday

Emma Goldean, field hockey player for The Ohio State University, is using her platform for good by using her name, image, and likeness (NIL).

An Impact that Saves Lives in Ghana

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.