Urgent, chronic, and spiritual care
Hours & Location
601 S Raleigh St, Martinsburg, WV 25401
It’s time for the Unity Campaign!
We’re delighted to be a part of this exciting 12-day giving event (April 12 to April 23), powered by United Way of the Eastern Panhandle.
This year, we hope to raise $20,000 with our campaign. When you give to Good Samaritan Free Health Care through the Unity Campaign, your donation will allow us to continue to fill the gap for the uninsured and underinsured in our communities by providing free health care, medications and needed diagnostics. It will also assist us in making improvements to buy a shed for our community garden as we provide free fresh vegetables to our clients and the neighborhood. Additionally, it will help us to get bikes, helmets and bring bike safety to Burke Street School for physical education and for an inner-city bike club. The goal is to help kids learn that exercise and group support is a healthy living strategy to reduce stress, make this a lifelong habit to cope with trauma, and stressful situations.
How you can help
With such an opportunity, we invite you to consider joining this exciting effort. Any gift given through the Unity Campaign will be leveraged with the dollars from the Incentive Match Fund so your contribution will make an even larger impact. Give today!
About the Unity Campaign
The Unity Campaign is a 12-day fundraiser powered by United Way of the Eastern Panhandle. In its second year, the annual fundraising campaign supports area nonprofits that provide health, education, basic needs, and financial stability programs to individuals and families in the Eastern Panhandle.
During the 12 Days of Giving from April 12 – 23, donors can contribute to any of the participating agencies and 100% of their contribution will go directly to the nonprofit organization of their choice. There are no administrative fees assessed to funding distributions and a portion of all donations will be matched through the generosity of an incentive match sponsor.
"Could enough good be said about the clinic, staff and doctors? I think not. When so many people are uninsured or underinsured for healthcare it's wonderful to know there is a ship in the storm to rescue those in need regardless of their current living status."
Dale Scully – A grateful patient
Please support the Good Samaritan Fund.
You can donate two ways – here’s how.
Through the Eastern WV Community Foundation:
229 West Martin St., Ste 4
Martinsburg, WV 25401
Or mail a donation directly to:
Good Samaritan Free Health Care
P.O. Box 2353
Martinsburg, WV 25402
*Write Good Samaritan Free Health Care Fund in the memo area.
Events & Activities
Our clinic is dedicated to inspiring, healing, helping, and having fun through our community focused programs and activities.
On Call Prayer Support Line
for Prayer Support call 304-982-8769
Sharing God’s love through caring for His people.