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2013 Next Step Breakfast Participant Testimony

During our annual Next Step Breakfast, on May 22 at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, Ken Harris, Next Step Program participant, shared his testimony of life change. He spoke of how he lost himself, but through his time at Samaritan Ministry and his dedication to his goals, he experienced true transformation. For more information on our Next Step Program, please visit our Next Step Program page. The the text of his speech is below. 

2013 Next Step Breakfast Volunteer Testimony

During our annual Next Step Breakfast, on May 22 at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, Margaret Cohen, long-time Samaritan Ministry volunteer, shared her testimony of working with participants and specifically her involvement in our HIV/AIDS services. The text of her testimony is below. For more information about volunteering with Samaritan Ministry, please visit our Volunteer page

Samaritan Ministry Begins Clothing Bin Project

Samaritan Ministry announced a new clothing bin project in a mutually beneficial partnership with MetroAid, LLC. Samaritan Ministry recently placed the first clothing bin on the Northwest office property, and donations of clothing, and other accessories, are already flooding in. MetroAid has agreed to fully manage clothing collections from the bins. Needed business clothing will be pulled from the bins and delivered to Samaritan Ministry's clothing closets.

Sixth Annual Next Step Breakfast Shines

Thank you to all who attended the Next Step Breakfast this year! Close to $200,000 in gifts and pledges was raised at the Next Step Breakfast through the generous contributions of Samaritan Ministry’s friends and supporters. We are so grateful for the continued generosity and dedication to Samaritan Ministry’s Next Step Program.

Samaritan Ministry 2012 Spring Gala Wows

The Spring Gala raised over $52,000 for Samaritan Ministry’s Next Step Program. Each month, the Next Step Program helps improve the lives of more than 300 people who are homeless or otherwise in need. Click here for more information on the Next Step Program.