Interested in becoming more involved with the Samaritan Community Center?
At SCC our vision is to encourage all who enter our doors to find hope and experience positive life change. That statement doesn’t just apply to SCC clients. When we wrote “all who enter our doors” we meant it! Whether your interest is to serve as a volunteer, donate to your favorite program, or simply pray for us, there are many ways YOU can help. Below is a list of ways you and your family can get involved at SCC.
For more information on any of these opportunities, please click the button below.
VOLUNTEER WITH US
- Make a weekly commitment to serve in one of our programs
- Invite your friends or family to serve as a group for a one-time project
- Coordinate a neighborhood food or personal care item drive
- Coordinate a neighborhood thrift store drive
- Seek business donations through friends, family members and neighbors
OTHER WAYS TO GET INVOLVED
- Learn more about the subjects of poverty, hunger and food insecurity and educate others about it
- Share with your friends, family and co-workers about SCC and encourage them to get involved
- Write or call your elected representatives to advocate on behalf of the poor
- Pray for SCC, our clients, volunteers and families
- Grow a row in your garden for the hungry and donate the produce to SCC
- Like our three pages on Facebook; Follow us on Twitter and Instagram and share our posts
- Sign up for our twice-a-year mailing and our monthly e-newsletter
- Connect us to your business, church, civic group or school
Local businesses – both large and small – are incredibly important to the success of SCC programs. Whether it’s working at one of our centers as a team building exercise, hosting a food drive for one of our feeding programs, or simply taking up a donation among employees, without the community support from local businesses, our centers would not be able to offer the services we do in the ways we do.
SCC’s roots were planted by Fellowship Bible Church of Northwest Arkansas back in 1989 and, while we are now a stand-alone 501(c)3, we cherish those roots and continue to dig new ground to plant and establish roots with church partnerships throughout our four-county region. SCC believes that by working together with local churches, we can create partnerships that provide true beacons of hope to the hurting and hungry in our communities.
Civic Organizations & Schools
Is your sorority, fraternity, school cheer group or civic organization looking for a nonprofit partner? Samaritan Community Center is the perfect location for group community service activities, school fundraising partnerships, and of course, we will always accept either your in-kind or financial donations. Below is a list of just a few ways your school or civic organization can partner with the Samaritan Community Center.