New Board Member
The Samaritan House Board of Directors is pleased to announce the election of Norbert L. White as its newest member. White, with 37 years of experience in the telecommunications industry, will be an asset to the Board through his business expertise and his desire for active involvement in our mission.
Watch for the June issue of 360 West Magazine. Our Master Gardener volunteers will be featured in an article about their work at Samaritan House.
| The Grand Tour|
June SamariTours are scheduled for 5:30 on the evening of the 8th and 11:45 a.m. on the 24th. These one-hour information sessions include life stories told by residents, a tour of the facilities, and an opportunity to ask questions about the agency's programs. Lunch is provided on the 24th, catered by Z's Café. Visitors are often surprised to hear about positive life changes made possible by Samaritan House. For reservations and information, please contact 817.332.6410 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 817.332.6410 end_of_the_skype_highlighting, x195 or
|Monthly Newsletter ||June 2010 |
| Dear Jacqueline,|
It's always gratifying when special recognition comes to members of the Samaritan House family and to Samaritan House itself. Recently community organizations honored two of our board members, two of our social work interns were given prizes at TCU, and this year's Joe's Run attracted sponsorships from major corporate partners. We are happy to shine our own spotlight on these important members of the Samaritan House family.
|Community Honors SAM House Board Member|
| Samaritan House deeply appreciates the way in which committed board members give so much of their time and effort to further the mission of the agency, and is proud to see its outstanding volunteers honored by the Tarrant County community.|
|Sam House Interns Win Awards|
| Samaritan House social work interns Blade Berkman and Lauren Wright were named TCU Social Work Field Students of the Year. |
|Good Corporate Citizenship|
Fort Worth is known for being civic-minded. This mindset extends not only to individuals and service organizations but also to businesses. Corporations are often in a position to provide major financial support or significant in-kind donations.
| These stories of exceptional service to Samaritan House remind us of just how important our supporters are to the success of the agency. Without the time, effort and resources provided by these outstanding members of the Samaritan House family, Samaritan House could not be the success that it is today. We hope you will consider how you might join in the effort to rescue, nurture and launch our residents back into a productive life.|
Steve Dutton, President and CEO
|By reducing homelessness, substance abuse, crime, new HIV infections, and the demand for publicly-funded medical care, Samaritan House makes Fort Worth a better place for everyone!|
929 Hemphill Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76104
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