Free Presentation on Community Gardens – April 15th

Hunger-Free Jackson Meeting/Free Presentation

Wednesday, April 15th @8:30am
Galloway United Methodist Church – Reception Room A

At this meeting, we will discuss how to start a community garden with a focus on growing healthy foods to help sustain hungry families in need. Dr. Cindy Ayres Elliot of FootPrint Farms and Felicia Bell & Catie Young of NCAT will instruct our group from start to finish!

All are welcome to attend! Please RSVP to Hunger-Free Jackson member to reserve your seat.

Donation Options!

pickup_driver_200Giving allows you to bolster the work of our organization, while getting a charitable tax deduction! How can you help?

You can donate “stuff” and have it picked up by our fabulous crew – Free of Charge – and get a tax deduction! Just call for a pick up at 601-355-6276.

You can donate money and we will send you a receipt for your deduction. We now also have an option for bank draft. You can also donate online, by clicking the “Donate” button below!


NUTS April Tag Sale

Special Offer of the Month!
Brown Tags are 50% off
Pink Tags are 25% off
These Tag Sales also apply to the WAREHOUSE at NUTS Midtown!

Midtown Hours
Wednesday – Friday 9:30am – 5:30pm
Saturday 10:00am – 4:00pm
Warehouse Sale Every Friday & Saturday

Thank You for Helping us Make Christmas Merry for Families in Need

clearchannel_tree_200A HUGE thank you to all of the groups and individuals who donated and adopted children and families for Christmas! With YOUR help we aided almost 200 children with Christmas Gifts and Holiday Food Baskets.

An extra thank you goes to all of the iHeartMedia channels, 105.1 The River, Z106.7, Miss 103 and 95.5 Hallelujah FM  for their annual Toy Drive for Good Sam. Hundreds of toys, food and personal care items were collected to help children and families in need this Christmas at the Pearl/Brandon Wal-Mart.
















Welcome! The Good Samaritan Center is a nonprofit social service organization that passionately cares about those in need. Right now we are in dire need of funds and men's clothing!

114 Millsaps Avenue
Jackson, MS 39202

A Non-Profit Social Service Organization

Kathy Clem
Executive Director

Kathy Clem, originally from Florida, will soon celebrate her 27th year at Good Samaritan. She has a business degree from Belhaven College and is the oldest of five children whom she considers her dear friends. In her spare time, she loves to travel. Most of all she enjoys hiking in the mountains or spending time at the beach. She attends Wells Church, and she is active in our community, sitting on a number of nonprofit boards.

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