Help us us survive and assist during the pandemic and in the aftermath!
Every day, Good Samaritan Network works untireingly to support the community we serve.
You Can Make Sure There’s Help... In A Time Of Uncertainty and Need! As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we are committed to serving our community, network and individuals facing food insecurities, shelter and utility issues in our county. You can make sure there’s help in a time of uncertainty for our Hamilton County neighbors in need. This is an emergency like we’ve never seen. Please donate now!
“Families and Hamilton County agencies have so much need right now, it feels like this is the moment that Good Samaritan Network was made for,” said founder and Executive Director, Nancy Chance. She went on to say, “Now is the time we need those who can to be generous!” .
We kindly ask that you join us in supporting under-served families in need. Your gift will help provide immediate financial support to assist families with food, rent, utilities, medicines, and other household needs/supplies.
Why Your Help Is Crucial: · We are dispursing critical available finances and must replace those dollars in order to survive and assist during the pandemic and in the aftermath. · Client assistance with mortgage, utilities, and medicines has impacted our financial resources (clients served by appointments only) · Extensive food procurement and delivery for community, pantries, and sack lunch programs has impacted all areas of our resources. (GSN alone has sent out 100,089 lbs of food in only five weeks to 43 food pantries, and 3 backpack programs). · We’ve been forced to defer scheduled fundraising live events (affecting crowd size/social distancing) and inhibiting expected income.
Hamilton County Has Significantly Been Affected: · Extraordinary and unexpected job loss – impacting the financial burden for under-served families · More clients are in need of financial assistance (rent, mortgages, utilities, and medicines) · Food resources have become inadequate for Hamilton County under-served families · Increased food demands for Hamilton County pantries (food and baby) has been significant
Now is the time we need those who can to be generous!