Matthew 25:35 For When I Was Hungry You Fed Me

About Us


Our Mission is to help feed the hungry children and their families.

We do this by :

  • Providing lunch at schools for those children whose parents cannot afford to pay for their school lunch.
  • Providing daily meals to small community based organisation in particular those taking care of vulnerable people like children or the elderly
  • Providing life-changing development skills for single women parents who are facing poverty.
  • Providing essential, education supplies and disaster relief
  • Organising food drives and clothing drives where we provide food and clothing to people in need.


We envision a world without hunger and better quality of life for everyone.

Our Values


Here at the Samaritan Family Foundation, commitment is important to us, therefore, we work as a team, make decisions together, appreciate and respect one another, and work together toward achieving our goals.

Volunteers handing out food to poor people


We are all different and special in our own ways, so we treat everyone with respect and dignity.

Feeding the poor


At the Samaritan Family Foundation, we work very hard, and we value our success because, without the hard work, we would not be where we are. We always aim for the best in whatever task we set ourselves.

Volunteers handing out food


We love and care about the work that we do and the difference it makes to the lives of the people we work with.

Seed in peoples hands

Dignity and Equality

Here at the Samaritan Family Foundation, everyone is valued, is worth something, and is treated fairly, regardless of their gender, race, disability, age, social class, sexuality, or religion.

A word from susan

This all started when I visited Uganda, in December 2017, to hold a Christmas food drive for families with children who could not afford a meal during the festive season. During my search for the families, I came across many families, especially single women, with undernourished children who were struggling to buy enough food, could not afford nutritious food, or even have necessary requirements like land and farming equipment to grow food for themselves and their loved ones. However, I came across an elderly 92-year-old woman who broke my heart. She was diabetic, crippled, bedridden, a widow, and had lost all her children. She was very smelly, her home was very smelly too, she had mess everywhere, she did not have anything to eat, and went to bed hungry most of the time or ate rotten food that she had kept for days. She had no clothing, no bedding, and no permanent support from anyone apart from her doctor, who was only providing her with medication. Before I came back to England, I managed to buy her some necessary household equipment, some clothes, food, and hired house help who is now looking after her and taking care of her personal hygiene. She wears clean clothes and has food and fruits every day. She is under 24-hour care from the Samaritan Family Foundation.

we help provide children with school materials

Total Income

Our total income for the year was £1100, and this was spent on:

Total Income

  • Uganda Food Drive: £500

  • House Renovations: £400

  • School Materials for Children: £200

we bought 40 pairs of school shoes for orphaned children


With the funds raised, we:


  • Supplied Food to 80 Families in Need During the 2017 Christmas Season

  • Carried out House Renovations for a Client in March 2018

  • Bought 40 Pairs of School Shoes for Orphaned Children and Those in Less Privileged Families

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