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The Good Samaritan Trust Fund

Financial Update for 2017-2018

Funds dispersed: $34,555 Donations received: $53,874 The Good Samaritan Trust Fund was established in 2006, in an effort to support those in our Catholic schools whose learning would be enhanced by the benefits it provides, and in keeping with the mission of Jesus Christ, whose primary concern was for the poor and marginalized. Charity organizations are established to provide support to a target group – the Good Samaritan Trust Fund targets the needs of students whose issues are not currently addressed by existing charity organizations. There are a number of ways, both large and small, that you can support the work of the Good Samaritan Trust Fund. Charitable donations are truly the foundation of the work carried out through this initiative.


How to make a contribution

The Good Samaritan Trust Fund accepts contributions through:

  • cheque/cash
  • payroll deduction
  • proceeds from fundraising
  • memorial donations
  • The GSTF Annual Golf Tournament and Silent Auction

To make a donation, please email Stephanie.Keyes@cdsbeo.on.ca, or download the GSTF Information Brochure – Donation Form, and send it in with your donation to:

The Good Samaritan Trust Fund
C/O Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario
2755 Highway 43
Kemptville, ON K0G 1J0


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Contact

The Good Samaritan Trust Fund
C/O Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario
2755 Highway 43
Kemptville, ON K0G 1J0
613-258-7757 or 1-800-443-4562
goodsamaritan@cdsbeo.on.ca


Mission

In keeping with the mission of Jesus Christ, whose primary concern was for the poor and marginalized, the Good Samaritan Trust Fund has been established to support those in our Catholic schools whose learning would be enhanced by the benefits it would provide.

Vision

The God of Jesus Christ is above all a God who cares for the poor and marginalized. A distinctly Catholic perspective on the world maintains that we can measure the quality of any society by the way its most poor and vulnerable are treated.
Source: Curriculum Support for Catholic Schools: Enhancing the Religious Dimension of Catholic Schools.