• About Samaritan Fellowship

    Since 1958, the Samaritan Fellowship, a nonprofit ministry, has strived to carry out the Lord’s admonition to help our neighbor. Our purpose is to help those who have exhausted every available means for providing adequate shelter, utilities, medical care, fuel, vehicle repair, short-term shelter, food, clothing, and other emergency services. We serve families living in the Carlisle Area School District, South Middleton School District, and Middlesex Township.

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July 23rd interviews

On Saturday, July 23rd, 14 clients were interviewed by Samaritan Board members at the Carlisle United Methodist Church. The needs presented were 1 for car insurance, 1 for car repair, 3 for electric, 2 for gasoline, 1 for lot rent, 1 for medicine, 6 for rent, 2 for shelter, 1 for telephone, and 1 for water. $2,775.87 was expended to assist clients.

July 16th interviews

On Saturday, July 16th, 16 clients were interviewed by Samaritan Board members at the Carlisle United Methodist Church. The needs presented were 1 for car insurance, 1 for car repair, 1 for clothing, 2 for electric, 1 for gasoline, 1 for health insurance, 6 for rent, 5 for shelter, 2 for utility gas, and 2 for water. $2,627.08 was expended to assist clients.

July 9th interviews

On Saturday, July 9th, 16 clients were interviewed by Samaritan Board members at the Carlisle United Methodist Church. The needs presented were 1 for car repair, 1 for child care, 2 for electric, 1 for food, 1 for gasoline, 1 for mortgage, 4 for rent, and 7 for shelter. $3,216 was expended to assist clients.

July 2nd interviews

On Saturday, July 2nd, 19 clients were interviewed by Samaritan Board members at the Carlisle United Methodist Church. The needs presented were 1 for car insurance, 3 for car payment, 1 for car repair, 1 for child care, 2 for electric, 3 for food, 2 for gasoline, 1 for lot rent, 1 for polygraph test, 6 for rent, 1 for storage, and 1 for water. $3,545.72 was expended to assist clients.

June 25th interviews

On Saturday, June 25th, 20 clients were interviewed by Samaritan Board members at the Carlisle United Methodist Church. The needs presented were 1 for cable, 1 for car insurance, 1 for car repair, 2 for electric, 1 for gasoline, 10 for rent, and 6 for shelter. $1,790.00 was expended to assist clients.

June 18th interviews

On Saturday, June 18th, 21 clients were interviewed by Samaritan Board members at the Carlisle United Methodist Church. The needs presented were 4 for car repair, 1 for C-PAC machine, 4 for electric, 1 for gasoline, 8 for rent, 2 for security deposit, 2 for shelter, 1 for utility gas, and 2 for water. $2,012.90 was expended to assist clients.

June 11th interviews

On Saturday, June 11th, 30 clients were interviewed by Samaritan Board members at the Carlisle United Methodist Church. The needs presented were 2 for car insurance, 3 for car payment, 2 for electricity, 1 for gasoline, 1 for lot rent, 18 for rent, 6 for shelter, 1 for telephone, 2 for utility gas, and 1 for water. $6,327.36 was expended to assist clients.

June 4th interviews

On Saturday, June 4th, 21 clients were interviewed by Samaritan Board members at the Carlisle United Methodist Church. The needs presented were 1 for car payment, 3 for electric, 2 for food, 3 for gasoline, 9 for rent, and 5 for shelter. $6,715.78 was expended to assist clients.

May 28th interviews

On Saturday, May 28th, 21 clients were interviewed by Samaritan Board members at the Carlisle United Methodist Church. The needs presented were 1 for car insurance, 1 for car payment, 3 for electric, 2 for gasoline, 10 for rent, 2 for shelter, 1 for utility gas, and 4 for water. $6,102.72 was expended to assist clients.

May 21st interviews

On Saturday, May 21st, 20 clients were interviewed by Samaritan Board members at the Carlisle United Methodist Church. The needs presented were 1 for Cable, 2 for car insurance, 2 for car payment, 3 for car repair, 1 for food, 2 for gasoline, 7 for rent, 3 for shelter, 2 for utility gas, and 1 for water. $2,437.67 was expended to assist clients.