We seek to tranform the communities where we live, support education services in hopes of making an impact on the world one project at a time.
During the summer of 2008 Alan Sampson shared with the family his desire to champion some of the needs in Africa. He expressed that he especially had a burden for the needs in Mozambique. In July of 2009 through the Maranatha Volunteer organization the family raised over $25k and traveled to Chimoio, Mozambique to work on construction of new a school.
Pine Forge Academy
In addition to having more than 30 family members attend and graduate from Pine Forge Academy the Sampson family has supported Christian education through philanthropy and service for over 50 years. Currently we are supporting the schools efforts to build a new student center that will include a new library, cafeteria, and performance auditorium.
George & Helen lead the family with an example of service. Both having been active leaders in their church and community instilled a culture of giving in the family. The family has individually and collectively maintained this culture of service with active involvement in organizations like Maranatha Volunteers, Doctors Without Borders, Boys & Girls Club, MITHS, Breath Of Life Community Development and Habitat for Humanity just to name a few.
Sampson Family Mozambique 2009
The Sampson Legacy Fund is established as a division of CHARITYSMITH Nonprofit Foundation (EIN 87-0636433).
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