You can make more money. You can't make more time.
Bob Moses had one of our Good Samaritan Society locations in mind when he coined that phrase. He and his wife Joanne are the children of former residents.
They have developed a deep affection for the people and the mission of the Society and their philosophy is simple, according to Joanne: “When you live in a community and are part of it, you have the responsibility to give back to it. That’s what we do.”
As donors and active volunteers, Bob and Joanne say they are planting seeds for the future of senior care. They want other families to experience what they have.
Please take a moment to watch their story. Then, consider how your gifts might help us change the way we care for seniors and others in need now and in the future.
Transforming aging in America
The Good Samaritan Society can transform the lives of America's seniors. We also know it will take people like you who join the movement to make it happen.
Transforming lives will require a coalition of like-minded partners who willingly and wholeheartedly join the movement to ignite a belief that change can happen. With nearly a century of charting new territory, the Society has some new ideas.
You can be confident that your gift will go directly toward projects and programs that impact seniors’ needs. You may also make your gift to a specific project or campus.