The Good Samaritan Society, a Lutheran Social Service Organization, is a not-for-profit, registered charity with over 65 years of experience providing specialized health and community care services in innovative and caring environments.
Good Samaritan Hillside Village in Salmon Arm, British Columbia, has been partnering with the Christian Blind Mission (CBM) for the past 7 years. Over the course of that time, they have donated everything from old beds and mattresses to wheel chairs, canes, walkers and crutches.
In April, Good Samaritan Hillside Village was recognized for their efforts to help bring much needed supplies to struggling hospitals in Africa.
“I think it’s amazing when charities can work together to help those that need it the most,” said Bob Gray, Maintenance Manager at Good Samaritan Hillside Village. “After all, Good Samaritan is a part of our name, so helping is something that comes naturally.”
CBM collects everything from eye glasses to soap, wheelchairs to mattresses, and so much more. To learn more about #shippingmiracles, please visit http://www.cbmcanada.org/shipping/.
Pictured left to right: Natalie Capone, CBM Canada; Bob Gray, Maintenance Manager, Good Samaritan Hillside Village; and Tim Baines, CBM Canada.