Guest Video- Gene

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Guest Video- Gene

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Meet Gene, a Samaritan House guest battling cancer. Samaritan House is a not-for-profit recuperative care place for people who are homeless and in need of short term care following a hospital or emergency room stay. Samaritan House emphasizes the gospel values of love, dignity, respect and welcoming inclusion. While Samaritan House is established out of our faith as Christians, it is intended to be a place of healing and hospitality for all persons.

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Charlotte’s Samaritan House shelter erected a “crutch Christmas tree” Thursday to celebrate the unique segment of the homeless population it serves. The small nonprofit, which soon celebrates its 10th anniversary, takes in homeless people who have been discharged from the hospital and need a place for short-term recuperation. It has helped 1,100 people in the past decade.

Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/article9240755.html#storylink=cpy
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Actor J.R. Adduci, who plays “Bobby” from the Morris-Jenkins commercials, spent Tuesday morning eating breakfast with staff and clients at Samaritan House – where homeless people recover after being released from the hospital after surgery. Morris-Jenkins owner Dewey Jenkins has supported Samaritan House for over a decade through Rotary Club nonprofit projects. Brad Goforth, executive director of Samaritan House, is a fan of “Bobby” and was excited about his visit.

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THANK YOU to everyone who helped support our 2017 Charity Softball Tournament August 26th. Congratulations to Team Your All Playing for Second for winning it all and Team Amazing Lock & Key East Coast Boomers for 2nd place. Thank you to all of the great donors and awesome volunteers who helped make it all happen. Romans Delicious Dogs and Italian Ice did an outstanding job of providing some great food to all those in attendance. Between spectators, volunteers and players it surpassed what we expected. All for support of a great program at Samaritan House. We'll do it again even bigger and better next year! ...

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