A community built on helping others, the Good Sam way.
Be Good Do Good is our initiative to give back to our communities around the country and lend a helping hand, wherever it’s needed most.
The #GoodSamMobile started in January 2021 when Good Sam partnered with Caleb and Tiffany Remington from @UsTheRemingtons to travel across the country for the Ultimate RV Show: National Tour. Tiffany and Caleb traveled over 10,000 miles giving back to communities from coast to coast in the #GoodSamMobile. Since January of 2021 Good Sam, Tiffany, and Caleb have helped many deserving communities including children with terminal illnesses, those suffering from food insecurities, frontline healthcare workers, homeless communities, and more.
MEET THE REMINGTON'S
Tiffany & Caleb Remington from @UsTheRemingtons are partnering with Good Sam to bring the #BeGoodDoGood movement to communities across the country in the #GoodSamMobile. Follow their journey on social media!
Tiffany loves to travel, cook, and spend time with her family. She is getting ready to be a new mom, but still makes time to give back to her community!
Caleb is an avid RVer, animal lover, and soon to be dad – all while working a 9 to 5 job on the road! If he isn’t camping outdoors, you’ll find him driving the Good Sam Mobile!
Oso traveled with Tiffany and Caleb over 10,000 miles during their cross country tour in 2021. He is just starting his RV adventures!
Be Good. Do Good. Stories
We truly believe Pride Month is celebrated all year long and look forward to finding ways we can support community orgs in the most impactful way beyond June. This month, we reached out to SMYRC, sexual and gender minority youth resource center, a program under the umbrella of New Avenues For Youth serving houseless youth in the Portland Metro Area.
This year, for Memorial Day, we wanted to give back in honor of the fallen. Our gratitude runs deep for all the individuals who bravely chose to sacrifice and put their lives on the line for the safety, freedom, and privilege of our country.
We collaborated with Do Good Multnomah, a non-profit organization that partners with the community to provide permanent supportive housing and low-barrier emergency shelter to houseless Veterans in Portland, Oregon.
We were so excited to have hosted our first outdoor Good Sam Give Back with volunteers this past April for Earth Day. Over 30 volunteers gathered, socially-distant, at Salt Creek Beach in Southern California, to pick up trash and debri on the long-stretched beach.