No Child should go homeless in San Antonio

Help struggling parents keep a safe roof over their chidren's heads.

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SAMMinistries prevents homelessness in San Antonio through a compassionate, holistic approach that brings self sufficiency, pride and dignity to struggling families with no where else to turn.
Give Monthly

Give Monthly

Help prevent homelessness in San Antonio on an ongoing basis—you'll enable us to meet the needs of even more struggling families.

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Volunteer

Give an hour, or give a day. When you’re ready to make a difference, we have wonderful opportunities for individuals, families, or groups.

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News & Events

News & Events

Keep up with the latest happenings around San Antonio—and help keep a safe roof over the heads of struggling parents and their children.

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The Challenge

On any given day, San Antonio's homeless population consists of approximately 2,781 individuals.
However, nearly 50% of San Antonio's population is living with no savings, putting them at risk of becoming homeless.



Help

Help

On-average, it costs $550 to keep a family from entering homelessness
Hope

Hope

More than half of all homeless individuals in San Antonio cite loss of income as their reason for homelessness
Home

Home

Affordable housing is the most requested service by homeless individuals in San Antonio



Preventing Homelessness

Preventing Homelessness

Rent and utility support to break the cycle of homelessness
Support Services

Support Services

Serving our clients spiritually, mentally and physically
Permanent Solutions

Permanent Solutions

Permanent housing to get San Antonians off the streets for good

The Difference We Can Make Together

Through your support of SAMMinistries, every night you help 350 families have a safe place to call home.
Here are a few stories of lives you help change.


Originally from Texas, Felecia moved north to marry her husband Dirk and start a beautiful family together. For a while, they were living the American Dream—a house, three great kids and gainful employment. But then, the unexpected happened…

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Just 18 months ago, Jacinda was living in a one-room structure behind a house in south San Antonio with her mother, father and three siblings. There was no kitchen, no beds, and a just small makeshift outhouse for the family to use…

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When Roxana left a 14-year domestic violence relationship, she had nowhere to turn. She had no family in Texas, so she and her two young children, Daniela and Cesar, were on their own. Roxana took a low-paying job, but the bills began to pileup…

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After 27 years traveling around the country with the United States Air Force as a Physical Therapist, Colonel Hannah Margolis settled into the first home she had ever owned in San Antonio. Looking toward the future, Hannah decided that she could think of no better way to support the Ministry s...

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