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Jerry wanted to go to his Senior Prom

As most of us learn early, life is not fair. Some people are dealt “very bad hands”. Jerry is, unfortunately, a person whose life has been riddled with trouble and pain. Jerry was born in Kenya, Africa, and tragically, he witnessed his mother’s... read more

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Disinfectant Spray
Comforters/Bedspreads (Twin/Full size)
Razors
Shaving Cream
Cough & Cold for Adults
Allergy & Sinus for Adults
Facial Tissue

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Larry’s journey from homeless to happiness is a powerful story.

 

 

Meet Michele, a graduate from The Samaritan Inn

In this video, Christina shares her journey through homelessness and the difference The Samaritan Inn has made in her family’s life.

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The Samaritan Inn

We had the pleasure of meeting Aimee Dapilmot and her daughter Malaya last week. They stopped by so that Malaya could tour the Inn and learn more about our programs. Malaya is a 10 year old 5th grader at Eddins Elementary in McKinney. This summer she decided to raise money and awareness for the Samaritan Inn through our Lemonade Stand Program. Initially, she set a personal goal of $250. After surpassing that goal, she challenged herself to keep going and raise $1500! Currently, she has raised $1600, but sweet Malaya isn’t done yet. Her new goal is $3000. Malaya you are an incredible young lady. We are so inspired by your hard work and dedication to the residents of the Samaritan Inn. Every time you hold a lemonade stand, talk to your neighbors and friends, or share your heart on social media, you are spreading awareness of the homeless population in Collin County while offering a tangible way to help! Good Luck with your new goal of raising $3,000! We are rooting for you! ... See MoreSee Less

We had the pleasure of meeting Aimee Dapilmot and her daughter Malaya last week. They stopped by so that Malaya could tour the Inn and learn more about our programs. Malaya is a 10 year old 5th grader at Eddins Elementary in McKinney. This summer she decided to raise money and awareness for the Samaritan Inn through our Lemonade Stand Program. Initially, she set a personal goal of $250. After surpassing that goal, she challenged herself to keep going and raise $1500! Currently, she has raised $1600, but sweet Malaya isn’t done yet. Her new goal is $3000. Malaya you are an incredible young lady. We are so inspired by your hard work and dedication to the residents of the Samaritan Inn. Every time you hold a lemonade stand, talk to your neighbors and friends, or share your heart on social media, you are spreading awareness of the homeless population in Collin County while offering a tangible way to help! Good Luck with your new goal of raising $3,000! We are rooting for you!

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Our next generation is in good hands if this is any indication!

Aimee Dapilmoto

Love this!!

6 days ago

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Caseworkers asked their clients: What is something good that has happened to you since coming to the Inn? ... See MoreSee Less

Caseworkers asked their clients: What is something good that has happened to you since coming to the Inn?

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You are welcome. The Samaritan inn is a unique opportunity for folks who think they are out of options. A place to stay? Kids, yes. A way out? Yes!

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