Samaritan International
SAMARITAN INTERNATIONAL serves to coordinate the activities among each other, to develop new cross-border partnerships and represents the interests of its members towards the European Union.
Today, the organisation consists of 17 member associations in 16 countries.
ASB Germany
ASB - the Workers' Samaritan Federation - is a German aid and welfare organisation, engaged in areas such as civil protection, rescue services and social welfare services. As a non-political and non-denominational organisation, ASB has, since its foundation in 1888, represented continuity and reliability.
ASB Georgia
ASB Georgia launched its operations in Georgia in 1992  in the wake of the country’s first civil war. In 1997, after the situation stabilized, ASB withdrew from the country.  In 2010, ASB re-assessed the possibility of becoming engaged in Georgia again, this time focusing on activities to strengthen social services, to support IDP populations.
Aktion Mensch 
The Aktion Mensch deals with the promotion of social projects, with actions and campaigns for inclusion - the obvious coexistence of people with and without disabilities in society.  Our goal is that people with disabilities can be present anywhere that they have the opportunity to live independently and can put their skills to the test. 
Latvijas Samariesu apvieniba (LSA, Latvia)
The Samaritan Association of Latvia (LSA) was founded in September 1992 with the support of the Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund. LSA is a voluntary, politically and religiously neutral and independent organization that works in the interests of the general public.
ASB Austria 
In 1927 the Arbeiter-Samariterdienst, which was initially a committee of the „Arbeiterbund für Sport und Körperkultur“, was given its own statutes. The name Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund did not appear independently until in 1932. In 1934 the association has to suspend its activities again owing to the National Socialism. The Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund Österreichs (ASBÖ) was officially newly founded in 1947.
Austrian Development Cooperation (ADC) pursues its goals of reducing global poverty, ensuring peace and human security and preserving the environment in an international framework. 
The International Women's Association  Georgia
IWA is a non-profit, non-governmental organization and part of the International Women's Association worldwide network.
Membership is open to all women 18 or above residing in Georgia. Prospective members must complete an application form.
Georgian citizen membership is capped at 25% of the total association membership. 
The GEZA was founded in 2007 and is a subsidiary organization of the Workers' Samaritan Federation Austria. According to our motto "The world shake hands", we are making with our projects contribute to poverty reduction and sustainable development in our partner countries.
The Georgian Association for the Care of Children’s Health (GACCH) is a group of psychologists that seeks to promote the healthy development of children and to improve psychological and social services in healthcare settings in Georgia. The first hospital, which looked to psychologist for assistance in addressing the needs of children in high-stress setting, was pediatric cardiac surgery clinic, JoAnn Medical Center, in 1996. Working with pediatric patients and facing different psychosocial problems regarding the hospitalization, influenced the establishment of Georgian Association for the Care of Children’s Health (GACCH).
Portage is an early development program for special needs children aged 0-7.
Portage is a name of little town in USA where the program was first developed. Portage is nowadays active in many countries, especially in UK, Latvia and Japan. The aims of the Program are to help children with special needs (Down’s syndrome, Cerebral palsy, autism, etc.) to become fully entitled members of society and receive their rights to an education, starting from pre-school age.
Homecare Coalition
NGO Coalition Homecare in Georgia is the Georgia-based home-care provider organizations association, which aims to promote the development of institutional care in Georgia.
Arveladze Foundation
The Arveladze Foundation is focused on children and adolescents of socially vulnerable backgrounds. The aim is to support and educate the children through soccer when it comes to team play, healthcare and a social environment. “Our organization strives to make soccer more popular in Georgia. To encourage education and the involvement of teenagers in social life is one of the priorities of the foundation.”
Men and Nature
Good patient care - is one of the priorities of our organization.  "Man and Nature" offers nursing care and, in general, a patient care-related professions training courses.
The SSK also works with Georgian local Municipalities and governmental institutions