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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.

  • 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.

  • February 2, 2015

    Registration for LSA's Annual Conference is Now Open!

    Farther Together, Stronger Tomorrow

    Join us April 20-23, 2015 in San Antonio, Texas to celebrate the strength of our Lu​theran social ministry network at our largest annual gathering of the year. The LSA Annual Conference brings together nonprofit leaders to build on and celebrate LSA’s national, strong and trusted network, joining hundreds of nonprofit Lutheran social ministry leaders united in the mission of transforming lives and communities. Together, we celebrate the rich history of our Lutheran social ministry heritage...

  • February 2, 2015

    18 Member Organizations Participated in Informative DN Winter Meeting

    The week of February 2, representatives from 18 DN member organizations and the ELCA met for the 2015 Winter LSA-DN meeting in Safety Harbor, FL. Topics of discussion included state implementation of the HCBS settings regulation, DN's administrative cost survey, direct support workforce issues, member sharing, and much more!

  • January 31, 2015

    Lutheran Services of Georgia Helps New Americans With Mobility

    "Wheels for Workers" through partnership with Savannah Bicycle Campaign

    Through a new partnership between Lutheran Services of Georgia and the Savannah Bicycle Campaign, newly arrived refugees are able to receive refurbished bicycles. This new mobility helps them with their commutes to work, being able to get around their new neighborhoods, and provides safe and affordable transportation to get to school and doctor’s appointments.