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220 South Broadway
Turlock, CA 95380

United Samaritans Foundation

We are the largest non-profit direct food distributor to the hungry within Stanislaus County,
serving over 30,000 meals a month.

 

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(209)668-4853
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NOVEMBER 4, 2013 PUMPKIN PIE CONTEST
NOVEMBER 15, 2014 LEGACY OF HOPE

DECEMBER 2, 2014 SHOP 'TIL YOU DROP


Walkers Help
Feed the Hungry

On Saturday, September 20, 2014, the track at Hughson High School was a busy place as the 3rd Annual Hughson Walk for Love kicked off. On the track were many walkers, walking in support one of the seven local charities participating. It was a great success with people continuously walking for their charity from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm.

United Samaritans Foundation would like to thank all our great sponsors, our walkers, those of you who sponsored walkers and those of you who cheered on from the sidelines. Thank you to the Kiwanis of Greater Turlock who donated the money they raised from their food booth to the participating non-profits. It was a great community event. Everyone had a fun time participating for their cause. Thank you to the Walk for Love Committee for all their hard work to benefit their community.


Coming Soon...

“Legacy of Hope” 2014 Join us as we celebrate 20 years of service to the Community! November 15, 2014 5:30 –9:30 pm.

Enjoy a an evening of hor d’oeuvres, open bar, silent and oral auction, a delicious
dinner by Toscana’s Ristorante and exciting door prizes.

Tickets are $100 per person or you can sponsor a table of 10 for $1,000.

We are in need of fun and exciting items for our auctions. Please contact Barbara at 209-668-4853 if you would like to donate or for more information about the event.        


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220 S. Broadway, Turlock
209.668.4853

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Pumpkin Pie Contest

Dr. Dubyak will once again be hosting a “Pumpkin Pie” Contest on Monday, November 24, 2014. All pies will be donated to United Samaritans Foundation to be used on Thanksgiving Day. Watch for our November Newsletter for more information, place and time.

Making A Difference

Because of your faithful support, meals served on our trucks during the month of August 2014, were 31,189.

In our Emergency Food Box Program, 267 families were provided with a three-day, three meals per day supply of food.

We couldn't do all this without your help. Thank you!


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Successful Open House

Thank you to all of you who took the time to attend our open house on September 5, 2014 in celebration of our founding twenty years ago. Staff and Board Members alike were delighted to share what we do, how we do it and the impact our services has had on the community. We have come a long way in twenty years but we did not get here alone. It has been and will be through the support of the community that we have and will continue to serve the less fortunate. We thank the community for helping these past twenty years to become a reality and for their continued support in the present and the future.


Volunteers are a main stay of United Samaritans Foundation, without them we would not be able to perform our mission of providing to people in need. We would like to thank and recog-nize our group of volunteers that come in every week to bag food items for our Friday Grocery Bags. We also want to say thank you to our kitchen crew of volunteers who have been volunteer-ing for many years every week helping to peel eggs, make sandwiches and bagging snacks. They have all played an important role in our twenty years of service to the community. THANK YOU!!!


Halloween Candy Needed!

When you purchase your Halloween candy, please purchase an extra bag for USF to distribute to children in Stanislaus County. The candy must be individually wrapped. Distribution will be done from our four Daily Bread Trucks. These trucks serve areas in Turlock, Modesto, Ceres, Keyes, Hughson, Empire, Waterford, Hickman and Denair.


Our newsletter is available in PDF Format for download.

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Hunger and Homelessness in California

4.3 Million people experience hunger each year in
California, and an estimated 350,000 are homeless.
Today, 4.6 million Californians, including
1.8 million children live in poverty.
A recent study of 75 food and shelter providers in
California shows the situation is getting worse.

Help feed a
hungry child today.


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Fall Wish List

We are in need of an additional garden wagon to use on our Food Box days!

Other needs:
Blankets
Men’s jeans
Warm jackets
Underwear (all sizes)
Gloves, Hats
Plastic ponchos
Sleeping bags,
Children’s diapers
Baby formula
Halloween Candy

YOUR DONATIONS CAN BE BROUGHT TO 220 SOUTH BROADWAY, TURLOCK.

All donations are tax deductible. Receipts are provided.


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you may do so from our Donor Information page.


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account to make a donation to United Samaritans Foundation.

Thank you for helping us help those in need.

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