Welcome

Life changing.
 
 
How often have we heard those words? Yet here at Samaritan Center for Young Boys & Families, we actually live them.
 
Each day, we see a new, life changing attitude in a boy. We see life changing positive dynamics within a family. We see life changing learning and academic achievement.
 
Each day, we see life changing miracles.

You can help us to change lives in remarkable ways.  How?  By making a donation, volunteering your time and talents, attending our fundraisers and community events -- or perhaps by referring a boy you know who would benefit from a program that provides the tools and guidance for him to flourish in life rather than fail. 
 
Contact us through this website to learn more, or call today at (772) 287-4123.
 
We promise that when you become a part of the Samaritan Center, it will change your life, too.

Celebrating 50 Years of Family, Friends and Faith

Throughout 2018, The Samaritan Center has been celebrating 50 years of changing the lives of young boys and their families on the Treasure Coast.  Our multi-faceted celebration has included an expanded outreach of our Attitude of Gratitude, where Samaritan's boys have volunteered with local non-profits to help give back to the community that has done so much to support us.
 
Our year-long celebration continues with three major events this fall.  Click on any event for more information:
  • The Board of County Commissioners in Martin County will present a proclamation congratulating Samaritan Center on its 50th anniversary on October 9 at 9 a.m.
  • Our annual golf tournament will be held on October 26 at The Fox Club, a new and exciting location.
  • A benefit concert, "An Evening of Sinatra and Motown," headlined by America's Got Talent winner Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr., will be held at the Lyric Theatre in Stuart on November 11 at 7 p.m.

Spotlights

Help Us Raise the Roof!

The Garden Cottage, Samaritan Center’s largest residence, needs a new roof as soon as possible to meet insurance requirements.  Click here to learn how you can help.

Community Partner Spotlight