Feeding the hungry in Zhytomyr

Feeding the hungry, caring for neglected widows, rehabilitating addicts, developing social and leadership skills in children and youth, counseling the traumatized… These are just a few of the over 75 on-going programs and community outreaches through which our Samaritan staff brings the transforming power of God’s love.

I love these photos because they represent our amazing work.

Widows from Korosten Samaritan Shelter

Even more than that, we have an amazing group of givers who make all of this possible. Many have visited Ukraine on one or more of our roots, mission, or vision tours and have gone on to invest in SMU and Ukraine.

Teens engaged in spiritual development in Leadership School in Pulyny

We are happy to report that our total income for 2019 was $268,973 which includes several significant memorial gifts. This is remarkable! We honor and respect every gift, large or small, and want you to know that 100 percent of your gift goes directly into our work in Ukraine.

Guys from the New Life Rehabilitation Center in Vigoda

Jesus says, “In as much as you have done it unto the least of these my brethren, you have done it unto Me. Matthew 25:45


Donald N. Miller Founder