Meet our Members

  • 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.

  • 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...

  • November 30, 2015

    Annual Conference Keynote Speakers Announced – Habitat for Humanity, YMCA & Johns Hopkins University

    Plans are well underway for the 2016 LSA Annual Conference, April 25 – 28 in Minnesota. The largest event of the year, the Annual Conference continues to build and celebrate LSA's national, strong and trusted network, bringing together hundreds of Lutheran social ministry leaders. At the conference, we'll focus on mission, impact and innovation – and how our network of social ministry organizations comes together to transform lives and communities.

  • November 23, 2015

    Avoid the 5 Most Costly Unemployment Pitfalls at Your Nonprofit – Complimentary Webinar

    Unemployment Services Trust (UST), an LSA Preferred Business Partner, offers a complimentary webinar on demand for LSA members to learn more about how to manage unemployment taxes and potential savings for your organization.

  • November 18, 2015

    A Homecoming for Many at Mill Neck Chapel

    Attendees at the November 10 rededication of the John of Beverley Chapel at Mill Neck Manor were part of an occasion filled with joy and fond memories, and for those who have a history with Mill Neck, a homecoming. Lutheran Friends of the Deaf (LFD), the founding organization of the Mill Neck Family of Organizations, welcomed friends, family, staff, alumni, board members and Atlantic District members of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod (LCMS), to the blessing and rededication of the...