CONTACT US

CONNECT: 

VISIT: 5722 8th St. Zephyrhills, FL 33542

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CALL: (813) 810-8670

EMAIL: services@samaritanproject.org

© 2019 Samaritan Project of Zephyrhills, Inc.

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HOMELESSNESS OUTREACH & PREVENTION

" When I most needed someone, they were there. I am so thankful that the Samaritan Project never gave up on me."
 
-Lucas, 20, Formerly Homeless for Two Years
Unaccompanied Youth, Former Foster Child
Lives with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Survivor of Gang Violence
 

ABOUT US

Since 2008, the Samaritan Project has served those who struggle in our community through strong, strategic partnerships between local churches, municipalities, businesses and citizens.

 

Our organization works to improve the quality of life for our neighbors-in-need by providing empowering programs and services designed to foster lasting stability and independence.

 

The Samaritan Project is an entry point and resource center for individuals and families who are literally homeless and at-risk of homelessness in Pasco County.
 

" The Samaritan Project was there for me through times so hard
almost everyone else left me behind. This is my family."
 
-Carly, 34, Formerly Homeless for Three Years
Widow, Single Mother of Five
Lives with Complex PTSD, Survivor of Tragic Accident

SUPPORT US

The Samaritan Project is always accepting volunteers to help with various projects. We love our team! Join us, and apply your unique skills and abilities in service to those who need it most.

Maybe volunteering isn't an option, but you'd still like to help. Our mission depends heavily on donationS and  financial support from generous community members like you.

You can also host a supply drive, invite us to speak at your next event, or ask us how to become a partner!

WITH YOUR HELP WE CAN DO EVEN MORE!

" I love my life now.The most beautiful part of it is seeing how the Samaritan Project gives every one of us hope, every day."
 
-Nicolas, 63, Formerly Homeless for Six Years
Senior, Recovering Substance User
Lives with Advanced Congestive Heart Failure, Survivor of Domestic Violence