July 21, 2015
On July 17, 17 providers of services to seniors, all members of the LSA network, met in Washington, D.C. to talk about senior wellness and how care to improve the lives of older Americans is being redefined by social ministry organizations. As the largest faith-based non-profit group serving older adults in the United States, representing close to 200 Lutheran social ministry organizations that offer senior care, the LSA network has provided a broad range of care and support for seniors from...
July 15, 2015
Lutheran Services in America represented the LSA network at the 2015 White House Conference on Aging
On July 13, Lutheran Services in America (LSA) President and CEO Charlotte Haberaecker represented the LSA network at the 2015 White House Conference on Aging (WHCOA). This invitation only, once-a-decade forum took place at the White House, and brought together nearly 200 aging policy experts, thought leaders, Administration officials, and Members of Congress to discuss the issues that will help shape the landscape for older Americans over the next ten years. LSA is the largest faith-based...
July 6, 2015
Just released, “A Call for Action: Strengthening the Human Services Sector” is a synopsis report of the symposium The Kresge Foundation held last April 2014 at the Aspen Institute in Washington, DC. LSA's President & CEO, Charlotte Haberaecker, represented the LSA network at the symposium.
July 1, 2015
Lutheran Services in America Elects New Board Members & Officers
Leading Midwestern Nonprofits Join the Board of One of Country's Largest Human Services Networks
Lutheran Services in America, Inc. (LSA) has elected to its Board of Directors Jodi Harpstead, president and CEO of Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota, and Christie Hinrichs, president and CEO of Nebraska-based organization Tabitha. Dr. Bruce Kintz, president and CEO of Concordia Publishing House, has been appointed to the Board as a Class B Board Director.
June 30, 2015
LSA Convenes the Children, Youth and Family Working Group in Washington, DC
Developing Well-Being Metrics for Youth Programs
Are we measuring the right things? Are we asking the right questions? How do we use data to improve our programs? These and more were the questions 15 members of the LSA Children, Youth and Family Community of Practice asked as they came together in partnership on June 25 at the LSA headquarters in Washington, DC. The group convened with the purpose of achieving positive outcomes for the children and families they support.