• Volunteer At El Buen!


    Looking for something fun and rewarding to do this summer? Join us at our volunteer info session to learn more about volunteering with El Buen’s youth summer camp, evening youth program or adult ESL classes!

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  • Summer Education Registration

    Register for Summer 2015!

    Summer registration for adult and youth education programs will be held from May 18-21, 2015. Find out more about class offerings in the summer!

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  • Annual Report 2014

    Our 2014 Annual Report is out!

    The 2014 Annual Report highlights a year that marked the beginning of focused efforts on leading quality improvements, increasing access to care and enhancing patient experience.

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El Buen Samaritano is an outreach ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Texas committed to helping Latino and other families in Central Texas lead healthy, productive and secure lives through high-quality and affordable healthcare, education and financial security services.

Upcoming Events

Date/Time Event
Tue, Jan 6 - Tue, Jun 2
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Ongoing FREE Prenatal Classes
El Buen Samaritano, Austin Texas

Francisca López de Soler

“Coming to El Buen Samaritano’s Food Pantry opened many doors for me and my family,” said Francisca on her last visit to El Buen’s Food Pantry. “It was heaven-sent.” Last February, Francisca came through the doors of El Buen to access what she referred to as a program that was “heaven-sent”. “The food is very […]

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alexandra saldivar

Alexandra Saldívar

*Names are kept anonymous to protect client privacy. Nineteen years old with a new born, Alexandra was facing the consequences of a financial crisis. With not one person to turn to and no family in the country, she turned to El Buen Samaritano in hopes of guidance to a clearer future. After her initial step […]

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Miguel and Rosalva

The Cárdenas Family

*Names are kept anonymous to protect client privacy. Just two years ago, Miguel and Rosalva Cárdenas lived in a $250,000 home in San Antonio. They lived on a combined income of $47,000. They hosted family barbeques once every two months and occasionally had friends and neighbors over for dinner. They cared after their youngest child, […]

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