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  • November 13, 2018

    KFUO Radio Hosts Lutheran Services in America President and CEO Charlotte Haberaecker

    Charlotte Haberaecker, President and CEO of Lutheran Services in America, joins Andy and Sarah on KFUO Radio to talk about the history of Lutheran Services in America, the partnerships that are vital to this work of mercy, and some stories that epitomize the mercy work of Lutheran Services in America.


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  • November 6, 2018

    The Catalyst: Senior Services News

    The Catalyst is a digest of current news and resources for Lutheran Senior Services organizations. It is distributed periodically when relevant reports, educational opportunities, policy updates, and other announcements become available.


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  • October 31, 2018

    Lutheran Services in America Named to “America’s Favorite Charities 2018” List by The Chronicle of Philanthropy

    In recognition of its fundraising successes and visibility-raising efforts, Lutheran Services in America was named by the prestigious Chronicle of Philanthropy as one of the top organizations on its “America’s Favorite Charities 2018” list. The list, which ranks the 100 charities that raised the most in cash and stock contributions in 2017, identifies the organizations that Americans are most willing to open their wallets to support. The Chronicle singled out both Lutheran Services in...

  • October 22, 2018

    The Catalyst: Senior Services News

    The Catalyst is a digest of current news and resources for Lutheran Senior Services organizations. It is distributed periodically when relevant reports, educational opportunities, policy updates, and other announcements become available.


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  • October 15, 2018

    End the CNA Training Lockout: Support The Nursing Home Workforce Quality Act (H.R. 6986)

    Currently, when skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) are assessed civil monetary penalties exceeding roughly $10,000 on their annual survey, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services automatically suspends their authority to train Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) for two years.


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