There is No Shame Here. It wasn’t too long ago that Marion was a newcomer here at Good Sam. Just a regular guy, going to work and living life. No one would ever imagine he’d find himself homeless, least of all himself. A few wrong turns on investments and that’s exactly where he found himself.… Read More
Good Samaritan Services provides a full continuum of care to individuals and families experiencing homelessness. We offer Emergency Shelters, Residential Housing, and Housing Support Services across Lancaster and Chester Counties. We serve around 400 men, women and children every year.
We also offer many financial stability and personal development resources that holistically and effectively address the needs of participants who are enrolled at Good Sam.
We have locations in Phoenixville, Coatesville, Ephrata and Lancaster City.
Over 150 men, women and children provided with Emergency Shelter and Residential Housing
Over 200 women and children served by Housing Support Services
Over $100,000 provided in rental assistance and awarded through our Matched Savings and Microloan Programs
41% increase in income for single mothers in our Housing Support Services program
Over 500 volunteers have served
Your Donation has a Big Impact
$25 The daily cost to serve a person with food, housing, supplies and case management services at Good Samaritan Services is $25/person.
We own 7 homes in Phoenixville which provide emergency shelter, transitional housing and affordable housing for men.
Our 8,000 square foot emergency shelter building provides a safe home for women and children, and our transitional housing property provides families the time they need to get back on their feet.
Lancaster & Chester Counties
Serving over 40 men, women, and children every day by helping them get into and sustain their own housing. We offer rental assistance, case management and mentoring groups for those enrolled in our services.
Lancaster & Chester Counties
Microloans, matched savings, and car donations are some of the services designed to help individuals and families enrolled in our services to gain a firm financial footing and regain independence.
3rd Annual Phoenixville Bed Races!
Sat, Nov. 7th, 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Grab your friends, family, or colleagues and Fall Into BED this November. This super fun, family-friendly event will raise funds and awareness for all the great work accomplished by two Phoenixville organizations that provide shelter for the homeless. Now more than ever, these local shelters are working hard to support our community – but they need YOUR help!
The Extraordinary Give!
12:00 AM to 11:59 PM on Friday, November 20th, 2020
We’re counting down the days to November 20th and ExtraGive. We need your help to make our campaign a success, and we’ve included a few easy ways that you can support us.
1. Share and share alike. Online days of giving are successful because of our own networks. Help us grow our network by sending this email to your network and ask your friends to do the same.
2. Be socially (media) active. Use your social media networks: post on Facebook, tweet about ExtraGive, and share your love for your particular passion, whether it’s education, health care, animals, or the arts. Ask others to do the same.
3.Become a fundraising champion. Everyone loves a champion, including us! We really need fundraising champions to help drive people to our ExtraGive profile on November 20th. Contact us for more information on how to become a fundraising champion!
Last month we were able to move a family of three (a single mom and two teenagers) into affordable housing through our partnership with The Well. This will be the first family in our Housing Support Services to take advantage of this new partnership! This family is now safe, in affordable housing. Mom is now… Read More
Good Samaritan Services hears our Black and Brown community gasping for air. No one should lose his or her life or the ability to live well because of the color of his or her skin. As an organization, we will continue to work for justice and freedom for all people so that everyone will be… Read More