Good Samaritan Ministries provides a monthly food box to our neighbors who do not meet USDA eligibility requirements.
2021-2022 Board of Directors
The 2021-2022 Board of Directors for Good Samaritan Ministries in Johnson City, Tennessee.
2022 Back to School
The Back to School program provides backpacks and essential school supplies to children attending school.
Good Samaritan Ministries ministries recognizes the importance of sharing our success with our community.
According to Feedingamerica.org 1 out of 7 people live in hunger and 1 out of 5 children live in hunger in Tennessee. In addition,Netfoodbank.org notes that the 2011 Census data “reveals that there are 98,292 people (1 out of every 5 residents) living in poverty in Northeast Tennessee (out of a general population of 507,691).” Also, “more than 1 in 4 children under age 18 (29,474 children) live in poverty” in Northeast Tennessee. Going by these statistics, it could be safe to assume that Northeast Tennessee is food insecure.
All I only wanted was an opportunity to serve but I got more than serving, rather I had the opportunity to engage, learn, and interact with people. At Good Sam, […]
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Volunteer Spotlight – Terri Lewis
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Why You Should Volunteer
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Testimonial Series: Bobbie’s Story
“To get a little, you got to give a little” – Bobbie ‘I am a 37 year old mother of two daughters: a 15 year old with autism and an […]