The Samaritan House could not exist without the support of individuals, churches, businesses, civic organizations, local government, and dedicated people who believe in and want to help build a better community.
BECOME A VOLUNEER
✔ Receiving and sorting donations
✔ Managing the clothing closet
✔ Helping with a fundraising campaign
✔ Answering the telephone
✔ Transporting residents to appointments
✔ Kitchen assistance
✔ Stocking the food pantry
✔ Managing the linen closet
✔ Technology assistance
✔ Administrative, filing, and mailings
✔ Mentoring, support, counseling
✔ General maintenance
✔ Spiritual enrichment
✔ Assisting with resident intake applications
INTERNSHIPS. COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS. SPECIAL PROJECTS
TSH encourages organizations around the community (including but not limited to churches, youth groups, schools, businesses, sororities & fraternities, and social clubs) to collaborate on special projects. Please contact us directly to determine how your organization can supplement our ongoing efforts.
Contact Henry Miller, Executive Director of The Samaritan House of Orangeburg County Inc., to schedule a meeting so we can get you/your group enrolled in our Volunteer Program. We can work together to make your experience worthwhile.
We offer programs to educate our residents on methods that can increase their financial health. If you are interested in contributing to this initiative, please contact us directly.
We offer programs to teach our residents about the growing digital space. Technology is the future of the world and its important that our residents understand how to leverage technology to build a better life. If you are interested in contributing to this program, please contact us directly.
We are constantly looking for volunteers to support all of our projects and programs. Donations are also a major way that we can provide assistance to our residents throughout their time with us. If you or your organization is interested, please contact us directly.
MAKE AN IMPACT.
Small contributions can have even larger impacts.