Being a James Samaritan
This is what being a James Samaritan looks like. It is someone who sees the needs of our children and families and responds. It's a committed village willing to extend their comfort zones and sacrifice in a way that a life is changed, healed and restored.
Here are just two examples. Through our partnership with Foster the Love, Foster Community and the Fire Chief of Natchitoches, along with many donors who contacted us, we were able to provide a group home with bikes for 12 children, along with groceries and cleaning supplies. We were also able to help a mother who is trying to get her children back. During her visitation with her child, we learned that she had lost her job that very morning due to the COVID-19 crisis. By the end of the day we found her a stable place to stay and paid for her deposit in order to prevent her from becoming homeless.