OUR MISSION The Samaritan Community Center is a grace-driven nonprofit organization that serves the hurting and hungry of Northwest Arkansas through a compassionate community of staff and volunteers.  OUR VISION To encourage all who enter here to find hope and experience positive life change.  OUR CORE VALUES To Do Justly ... To Love Mercy ... To Walk Humbly.
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 SCC Programs Guide 
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It's Volunteer Appreciation Week!
  Our thanks to the more than 300 regular volunteers, without whom we would not exist!
  Don't forget to RSVP to our Volunteer Appreciation Banner this coming Friday, April 11. Call Laura at 479.636.4198 to make your reservation today!
Hug A Volunteer This Week
And Say Thank You!
Samaritan Health Clinic - volunteer receptionists and assistants needed on Tuesdays and Thursdays; doctors' assistant needed for Medical Clinic on Tuesday evenings; chair side assistant needed needed for Dental Clinic on Tuesday mornings. Contact Amy Gephart
* Samaritan Café - juice, restaurant size spaghetti sauce, veggies, beans, spaghetti noodles. Contact Shannon Green
* Springdale Samaritan Shop - volunteers needed; duties and hours vary. Contact Tosh Pearson; childrens' clothing, furniture, neighborhood drives needed. Contact Shannon Green
* SnackPacks for Kids - fruit cups, pudding cups, individuals meals (like Chef Boyardee). Contact Shannon Green
CLICK HERE for a list of all In-Kind Donation Drive opportunities
   Founded in 1989, the Samaritan Community Center is a nonprofit community service organization that has become a vital resource to Northwest Arkansas neighbors experiencing economic, emotional and spiritual distress. 
   On any given day the waiting rooms in our Springdale and Rogers centers are filled to capacity with clients - young and old, employed and unemployed, healthy and sick, married and single - many of whom have never before asked for personal assistance.
   Through our lunch cafes, food markets, resale stores, health clinic and kids programs, our staff and volunteers freely give unconditional love and assistance to anyone who walks through our doors.
   For many who visit our centers, the most important thing offered is Hope - something that is as individual as the clients we serve. For some hope comes in the form of a hot meal, or having a snackpack of food handed to them as they leave school each Friday, or sacks of groceries to help fill empty cupboards. For others it's a smile and a hug. And for many of our clients, hope is simply spending time in an environment where they are not judged but are loved and helped unconditionally.
   In 2014 the SCC is specifically focusing on providing healthier food options through our feeding programs as part of the statewide effort to reduce obesity, especially in at-risk populations. These efforts include the development of a community garden, the nutritional review of food items included in our SnackPacks for Kids program (and substitution of healthier alternatives when financially feasible), and the offering of Cooking Matters nutritional cooking classes through Samaritan Market program.
  During this past year over 200,000 people in four Arkansas counties were helped through SCC programsSo whether you are looking for information on how to donate or volunteer to our center, need directions to our community centers or resale stores, or would like to find out how to take advantage of the program services we offer - you can find it all right here!
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