BACKGROUND/HISTORY

Description of Charity:
Good Samaritan Inn (GSI) provides a loving environment for abused women, unwed mothers, and young girls with problems, but nowhere to turn to for help. Many women and girls have been deeply scarred by incest, rape, physical and sexual abuse, and other tragic experiences. GSI offers them an environment of unconditional love, such that they can begin the healing process, deal with root causes and be rid of guilt, towards the hope for a better livelihood.

GSI is affiliated and associated with Good Samaritan Home, which is also listed here in HATI (search for home). GSI’s staff are specialists in the fields of social services, counselling, and education. They are all committed to helping restore hope and fulfilment in the lives of young women.

Due to the private nature of the home, viewers are recommended to contact the administrators directly for more information.

Estimated Monthly Expenditure:     Please contact home directly for this info

NEEDS

Description of Needs:     Cash donations preferred
Cheques Made Payable to: Good Samaritan Home, but to state that it is for GSI on the back of cheque


Within the same Group: please also see “Good Samaritan Home” , a Home for children.

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Good Samaritan Inn

YMTay / Albert OngContact Person
[email protected]Email
goodsh.blogspot.com/2006_01_01_archive.htmlWebsite
+603 3372 2289Phone Number
+6012 2272 289 / +6013 3528 019Phone Number
+603 3372 2289Fax Number
No 2 Lebuh Jelutong, Taman Selatan, 41200 Klang.Address
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