Samaritans Outreach Ministries, Inc - Laurelton, NY - Food Assistance

Contact information

130-15 229th Street
Laurelton, NY 11413
: Phone: 718-276-2975

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Description: We are a soup kitchen that has been in service since 1992. We also have a clothing pantry. We feed our people 2 hot home cooked meals weekly.

Volunteers Requests by Samaritans Outreach Ministries, Inc: we accept Volunteers. if you are interested please contact us.

Donation Requests by Samaritans Outreach Ministries, Inc: we accept donations from $1 to $25,000. Any donations will be greatly appreciated

User Questions & Answers

If you are looking to volunteer for Thanksgiving or any other time, please contact Samaritans Outreach Ministries, Inc at the phone number provided above.

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Do you have items to donate? Contact Samaritans Outreach Ministries, Inc at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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