New Releases

Women & Children

My Name Is Sampson

Sampson, a 16-year-old boy from Liberia, returned home recently after receiving life-changing facial surgery in the United States thanks to the efforts of Mayo Clinic and Greta Van Susteren. He was flown back to his village in two stages, via Samaritan's Purse DC-8 and then helicopter.

Crisis & Disaster Response

Volunteers Tackle Missouri Mud-out

A couple in Doniphan, Missouri, look on in awe as a team of volunteers from Samaritan's Purse go to work on their flood-ravaged home-cleaning up and sharing with them God's goodness in a fresh and unexpected way.

Operation Heal Our Patriots

2017 High Country Warrior Ride

More than 100 motorcyclists took to the scenic roads of western North Carolina on May 20 to support Operation Heal Our Patriots.

Women & Children

A Blessing for Tanzania Crash Survivors

Samaritan's Purse deployed our DC-8 aircraft to transport three badly injured children from East Africa to the U.S. for trauma care. The children were involved in a May 6 bus accident in northern Tanzania that killed 32 children and three adults.

Operation Heal Our Patriots

Triumph After Trauma

For Army Sergeant Tad Sullenger and his wife Felicia, divorce was on the horizon. But God had different plans, and their lives began to change in Alaska through our Operation Heal Our Patriots project.

Women & Children

Tanzania Crash Survivors Arrive at Iowa Hospital

Three children, the only survivors of a terrible bus crash in Tanzania, recently arrived in Iowa for medical care. Through a providential series of events, Samaritan's Purse provided transportation from East Africa to the United States for these hurting little ones.

Crisis & Disaster Response

No Longer Hopeless

Samaritan's Purse is helping the poor and hurting as they rebuild their lives after the devastating 2015 earthquakes. We are showing Christian compassion to those considered outcasts by Nepalese society.

Construction Projects

God Provides in Niger

Christians in Niger are now worshipping in churches that Samaritan's Purse rebuilt, and these congregations are also sharing the Gospel with community members who burned the original structures in 2015.

Crisis & Disaster Response

Persecuted, But Not Abandoned

Iraqis continue to suffer as ISIS fights from its last stronghold in western Mosul. Over Easter, Franklin Graham, Greta Van Susteren, and her husband, John Coale, visited a church burned by ISIS in Qaraqosh and encouraged our staff at the emergency field hospital where we continue to treat severe injuries from the fighting.

Medical Ministries

Healing Iraq's Heartache

Samaritan's Purse has established an emergency field hospital in Iraq to treat trauma victims injured in the battle to oust ISIS from Mosul. Our Christian medical team has amazing opportunities to minister physically and spiritually to victims of war.