Giving to Samaritan House Ministries

Samaritan House Ministries' Food Bank is funded mainly by donations. Without a constant stream of generous donations - food, household goods, seasonal clothing and food wear for shelter clients, and money - we can not provide the necessary food and programs to assist people in their growth from poverty and homelessness to stability. There are at least three ways in which you can donate:

  • *NEW* E-transfer with your online banking account to You must include full name and address in the memo field in order to get a tax receipt mailed directly from us.

  • Credit Card (Click on the Donate Now button)

  • Monthly Automatic Withdrawal Plan (See below for details)

  • In Person/Mail (820 Pacific Location)

Please consider the many ways your generosity can help those in need!

To Donate Food and Household Items

Resource Centre & Food Bank

820 Pacific Avenue

8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Check out the MOST WANTED ITEMS for the Food Bank!


To Donate Financially

Use the DONATE NOW link on the right!

Visit or mail your donation to: 

Samaritan House Ministries

820 Pacific Avenue

Brandon MB  R7A 0J1


Monthly Withdrawal Plan

Take advantage of our convenient monthly withdrawal plan by filling out this simple form, attaching a void cheque, and dropping off or mailing your form to the Resource Centre.

Download the form here.


To Reach the Financial Office

Phone: 204-726-0758 ext 6


To Reach the Executive Director

Phone: 204-726-0758 ext 2


Our Monthly Withdrawal Program
Makes Giving Easy


Whether you are giving for the first time or you are a regular contributor to the operations of Samaritan House Ministries, we are now offering a convenient monthly automatic withdrawal plan. Simply fill out and sign the form, attach a void cheque, and return to us at your convenience. If you wish to stop your payment, just contact us with 30 days notice and it will be stopped. 


Download the Monthly Automatic Withdrawal Form here.

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