1710 North McDonald Street
McKinney, TX 75071
p. 972-542-5302
f. 972-569-9988
30 years of service



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Richard is 62 years old and originally from Galveston. He is a perfect example of how sometimes The Samaritan Inn simply has to fill an emergency gap. Due to an illness in his family, Richard lost his job. He used his savings to pay his rent, but that was quickly... read more


The items on this list are in pressing demand at the Inn. Items may be delivered directly to the Inn at your convenience between 9am and 7pm on any day of the week.

Hair Conditioner
Feminine Pads
Healthy Snacks for Kids

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Weekly Statistics as of 10.7.14

People Living at The Samaritan Inn

Number of Residents Who Are Children

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Referrals, Due to Lack of Space

In this video, residents of the Samaritan Inn share first-hand accounts of the journeys they have made and the difference that the Inn has made in their lives.

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Callie used her talents to create a happy creature coloring book to help occupy the kids during the homeless intake process. She spent 50+ hours compiling it, had it printed, and donated lots of packs of crayons. With it, she earned her Girl Scout Silver Award, recognizing her as a leader who is organized, determined, and dedicated to improving our community! ... See MoreSee Less

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Stephen A. KarnesGood for you Callie, if you have them in Digital form I would love to put them on our Kids page in our newspaper. www.journeypaper.org we are a non profit street newspaper that helps the homeless and low income. I think it would be great to do a story on you If you and your parents would be ok with that, but ask them first.20 hours ago   ·  7
Jeanne Fitz-Gerald ShilstoneWhat a remarkably humanitarian young lady.19 hours ago   ·  5
Ali Chaseget your due credit first, Callie- not for profit, but because you deserve it- before you go digital and anyone can copy it, get your due credit18 hours ago   ·  4
Robin WoodallWhat an amazing young lady!!19 hours ago   ·  3
Stephanie Turquette PeacockWay to go, Callie!!! <319 hours ago   ·  3
Barb FullenWonderful, Callie! You should be very proud of what you did and how you are making a real difference for others!19 hours ago   ·  3
Julie AndersonGreat story...angel on earth! Thank you for sharing this story!19 hours ago   ·  3
Cheridy DoddLove this amazing young lady!!!19 hours ago   ·  3
Sonya Medling RileyNikki Howard!!!20 hours ago   ·  3
Alice Turner HunterWhat an awesome project, Callie! I know your kindness & compassion are appreciated by many!14 hours ago   ·  2
Heather KnowltonCongratulations, Callie! What an awesome project!14 hours ago   ·  2
Kaitlin AndersonSo awesome!15 hours ago   ·  2
Sarah Trammell HustwitAwesome!15 hours ago   ·  2
Peggy Ransom HatcherGood job17 hours ago   ·  2
Helen LoniewskiGreat work!!! Very creative!17 hours ago   ·  2
Gene LongShe sure did her good deed. Wonderful project 2 fold.17 hours ago   ·  2
Pujan PatelAwesome work from such a young world changer! Rock on Callie !17 hours ago   ·  2
Karen Smith RichardsAwesome, awesome, awesome!!!!!17 hours ago   ·  2
Mary McLaughlin SmithGreat job Callie!!!!17 hours ago   ·  2
Stephanie Starnes CorwinWay to go Callie!!!!18 hours ago   ·  2
Piper KirkpatrickAwesome!18 hours ago   ·  2
Karen Chapman DominguezSuch a treasure!18 hours ago   ·  2
Sasha Taylor Nee DobellWhat an amazing thing to do and what a fantastic talent!18 hours ago   ·  2
Angie Robins LochmanAwesome!18 hours ago   ·  2
Misty KennerThat's awesome!18 hours ago   ·  2

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