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  • January 7, 2016

    Shining a Light on Adoption & Foster Care

    Lutheran social ministry has a rich tradition of serving children and families through foster care and adoption services. During this season of blessings and gratitude, we honor this legacy and the countless people in our community of faith who answer the call to serve. Read on for a wrap-up of stories, information and resources on helping strengthen families and communities.


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  • January 6, 2016

    Ariel Guerrero Joins LSA Member Engagement Team

    Lutheran Services in America is pleased to welcome Ariel Guerrero, MPA as a Director, Member Engagement, at our office in Washington, D.C. In this new role, Ariel's focus is in the area of senior services and post-acute care for our national network of health and human services organizations.


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  • December 21, 2015

    Charitable Community Commends Congress on Historic Deal on Tax Incentives for Charitable Giving

    LSA and a number of charitable organizations from around the country joined together on December 18 with Independent Sector to thank Congress for the bipartisan passage of the PATH Act of 2015 (Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes).


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  • December 14, 2015

    New -- Speaker Just Added to Lutheran Leadership Summit!

    Kari Olson from Front Porch to Host Case Study on Innovation

    Two years ago, Front Porch, a California-based nonprofit, launched an initiative called Humanly Possible, a transformative commitment to cause-based innovation. Humanly Possible isn't just a tagline or a short-term plan, this new way of thinking has become a catalyst for disruptive innovation, strategic development and new partnership throughout the Front Porch organization.


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  • December 2, 2015

    Donor Profile: Connecting with Fred Kraegel

    Growing a Generous Network

    For Fred Kraegel, service to others is second nature. Born in Tokyo, Japan, his family relocated to the United States and settled into the Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC when he was a toddler. Fred was the oldest of five children born within seven years of one another. He credits his mother for instilling values of compassion and consideration for those less fortunate. With her roots as a pastor’s child raised in a church parsonage, Fred’s mother encouraged her children to give back...

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