Each night in DC, more than 12,000 of our neighbors have no place to call home. And today, more than 30,000 are unemployed. At Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington, we help those with the greatest needs in our community to help themselves. One step at a time, we empower them to make positive changes in their lives.
Posted August 1, 2014 - 9:16am by smgwcommunications
With twenty years of experience, Annette Carver lead caseworker at the Northwest office has had eighty five success stories including individuals and families. Her path to SMGW began with a motivation for community development. Annette worked at SMGW Southeast and Northwest simultaneously. She quickly became an influential affiliate to the Next Step program, and the Empower the Homeless campaign. Read more »
Throughout the last year, Samaritan Ministry has increased its adult education offerings. Since January, a combined 15 participants have graduated from three Pre-GED class sessions. This new program, developed and implemented by SMGW Program Director, Tracy Pindell, provides vital skills for individuals preparing to take a GED class.
Pre-GED instructor, Ms. Irene B. Shelton, graciously donates her time and knowledge for each session allowing Samaritan Ministry to provide this service for our participants. She teaches students basic English and math skills that are a necessary pre-requisite for students to enroll in GED classes. Read more »