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  • February 17, 2015

    Wheat Ridge Ministries Awards $13,800 in Joshua Grants

    LSA member Wheat Ridge Ministries recently awarded three Joshua Grants totaling $13,800. Joshua Grants are one year, matching grants of $1,000-$5,000 to Lutheran congregations, organizations and agencies committed to launching new ministries of health and hope in their community. The congregation or organization requesting funding must contribute matching funds equal to 50% of the Wheat Ridge grant award.


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  • February 17, 2015

    Lutheran Services in America Pennsylvania Organizations Gathered

    Twice a year, the CEOs of 14 organizations convene to share learnings and trends, and talk about how they can collaborate together. As members of the Lutheran Services in America network and nonprofit leaders in their state, these executives find value in gathering on a regular basis to share candid conversation and support.


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  • February 17, 2015

    Christie Henrichs Talks About "Blank Page" for Aging in America

    CEO of Tabitha Health Care, a member of LSA, presents TEDx Talk in Lincoln

    Disrupting the idea of a "one size fits all" approach to caring for people as they age, Christie Henrichs recently presented a "TED Talk" at the TEDx Lincoln conference. In her presentation, Christie challenges the current "one size fits all" health care system and proposes instead "the blank page" that views each person as human being and allows freedom of choices based on an individual’s personal desires and circumstances.


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  • February 3, 2015

    President Announces Initiatives for Older Americans

    The recently released 2016 presidential budget has initiatives built into it that are designed to help older adults. The budget proposed commitments in four key areas identified by the 2015 White House Conference on Aging: elder justice, long-term care supports and services, health aging and retirement security.


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  • February 2, 2015

    "Can" Do Attitude Launches Eye-Catching Fundraiser at Local Mall

    A local group of students kicked off the "We-CAN-Du" fundraiser in Duluth, Minnesota to help end youth homelessness in the area in a unique way – by building three structures out of 10,000 cans of beans and displaying them at the Miller Hill Mall shopping center.


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