The "Family and Youth" pillar of the Good Samaritan Project is dedicated to building stronger, more resilient communities by supporting families and nurturing the potential of our youth. We believe that the well-being of our communities begins with the well-being of our families and the empowerment of our youngest mem
Kwanzaa is an annual celebration of African-American culture from December 26 to January 1, culminating in a communal feast called Karamu, usually on the sixth day. It was created by activist Maulana Karenga, based on African harvest festival traditions from various parts of West and Southeast Africa.
This program embodies the idea that it truly takes a village to raise a child. We provide a network of support for families facing challenges by offering mentoring, educational resources, and a helping hand when needed. Together, we strive to create a nurturing environment that encourages the healthy development of our youth.
The mission of Toys for Tots is to provide toys to all kids under the Social Service Agencies, ensuring that every child in need has a reason to smile during the festive season.
Education is at the heart of our "Each One Teach One" project. We connect experienced mentors with youth in need of guidance and support. Through one-on-one mentorship, we empower young individuals to reach their full potential, both academically and personally. This project not only cultivates knowledge but also instills confidence and motivation in our youth.
Good Samaritan Project is dedicated to strengthening the bonds within our communities. We recognize that healthy, well-supported families and engaged, educated youth are the foundation for a thriving society. Through these initiatives, we aim to cr