Good Samaritan Clinic is not state or federally funded and relies solely on the kindness of donors, whom we’ve come to refer to as ‘Good Samaritans.’ 

As the largest and only full-time charitable medical clinic in Arkansas we are only able to operate and continue meeting the needs of others through the generosity of donations. Though we do apply for various grants and continue to seek other means of funding that honor and align with our mission. Good Samaritan Clinic received partial funding from the Community Development Block Grant program. These funds are used to purchase prescriptions for some of our Fort Smith patients who cannot afford to pay for their medications.

We are thankful for the charitableness of our donors that support our mission and have made the choice to live out Christ’s command to “Go, and do likewise.”

If you’d like to join our Good Samaritans and accept the challenge to “Do Likewise” you can make your donation here:

Your gift makes a difference!

    Your gift makes a difference!

 

We are grateful for businesses that support the Good Samaritan Clinic:

 Alan Mashak Insurance Inc.     

 Bank of America

 Edwards Funeral Home     

 Bemis Company

 Tyson Foods     

Baldor – Member of ABB Group 

 Coleman Pharmacy     

 Mercy Hospital

 Johnson Dermatology   

 Lenscrafters

 DerriTech Transport  

 ARGO Medical Supply

 Sparks Hospital    

 Fort Smith EMS

 Sam’s Club Optical    

 Center for Hearing

 

As the front of our clinic door states: ‘Funded by the Faith Community’ we are blessed to have these churches on-going support. (* indicates monthly donors)

 Barling United Methodist

 Central Christian Church* 

 Central Presbyterian Church

Christ the King

 Evangel Temple

Fellowship Baptist Church 

 First Christian Church 

First Lutheran Church 

 First United Methodist

Grand Avenue Baptist Church

 Hackett United Methodist Church

 Sacred Heart of Mary Catholic Church   

 St. John’s Episcopal Church*

 St. Michael Catholic Church   

  St. Paul UMW- Faith Circle

St. Scholastica Monastery*

 Trinity Baptist Church

Trinity Episcopal Church 

 Victory Temple

Wesley UMC – United Methodist Women

Community organizations that have partnered with us:

Baldor: Member of the ABB Group

C.U.R.E.

Clear Channel

Community Clearing House

Community Dental Dept.

Community Rescue Mission 

Concord Baptist Association

Crisis Center for Women

Day Room 

Fort Smith Noon Lions Club

Golden Rule Clothes Closet

Harbor House 

iHeart Media

KISR Productions

Med Direct 

Northside High School 

Power Worship 89.7

Salvation Army 

Sebastian County Health Dept. 

Spirit 106.3  

Univ. of Arkansas – Fort Smith

  

 Western AR Guidance & Counseling 

 

We are thankful for foundations with heart! The grants we have received from these foundations have a major part in helping us accomplish our mission every day.

    Arkansas Community Foundation      

Arkansas Department of Health

    Caldwell Foundation      

 Davis Foundation

    Delta Dental Foundation of Arkansas      

Degen Foundation

    Evans Foundation      

Hennessey Foundation

    Kerr Foundation      

 Moody Trust Foundation

    Pringle Family Charitable Fund       

 Tilles Foundation

 

The unselfishness of these individuals overwhelms our hearts!

Grace Caldwell

Dr. & Mrs. Ceisla

Robby Combs

Mary Dewitt

Mark Fears

Carol Ferguson 

JoAnn Flocks 

Mr. & Mrs. Leroy Fry 

Jennifer Grey  

Dr. Gedosh

Matt Griffin

Pat Jenkins

Dr. Jennings & Staff

Denise Kaestner

 Dr. Landrum

Mark Lovett 

Jeanne McKim

Betty McSwain

Jean Medlock

Ralph Moore 

Lila Morrow

Dr. Prewitt

 Dr. Price

Maria Rameriz 

Laura Right

Sue Rose

Linda Schluterman

Pauline Smith 

Molly Schardt

Dr. Southerland 

Dr. Stewart 

Jerry Trejo 

Rosemary Wingfield

Debbie Wright

Dr. Ziegler

 

We all have the power to change the world, even if it's one gift at a time.

We all have the power to change the world, even if it's one gift at a time.