On Thursday SAMM Ministries celebrated its 30th year of serving San Antonio families who need a little help to get back on their feet.
The ministry also announced a major fundraising campaign. The new Help, Hope and Home fundraising campaign seeks to raise $8 million dollars over three years.
According to SAMM CEO Navarra Williams, children are the most severely impacted by homelessness.
"Homeless children are twice as likely to be hungry, develop a laundry list of illnesses, and get behind in school and reading skills," he said.