Lutheran Services in America has hired Wendy Beach as its vice president of marketing and communications. Beach will begin her role on January 1.
LSA Press Releases
Lutheran Services in America elected David Duea, the president and CEO of Lutheran Community Services Northwest, to its board of directors.
The Bipartisan Policy Center released a new report to guide public health leaders and elected officials in building a more equitable, robust, and sustainable public health system. Lutheran Services in America chief Charlotte Haberaecker served as a member of a bipartisan task force that shaped the report’s recommendations.
The Family Stabilization Initiative is a three-year project focused on finding better ways to strengthen families and prevent children from entering child welfare systems.
Lutheran Services in America honored three peer coaches from the Results Innovation Lab with the Beacon Award and three leaders with the Scion Award for their exceptional leadership and commitment to improving outcomes for children, youth and families.
Lutheran Services in America presented Genacross Lutheran Services and Lutheran Social Services of New York with the first of two new annual awards: The Innovator Award and The Micah Award.
Lutheran Services in America has announced the public launch of its Lasting Change Campaign, a nationwide initiative to achieve healthier, more equitable futures for low-income Americans.
Forbes has recognized Lutheran Services in America as one of “America’s Top Charities” after attracting $810 million in private donations in 2019. Ranked 16th on the list of America’s top 100 charities, the organization earned a slot among the nation’s largest 20 charities for the sixth consecutive year.
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation has awarded a $225,000 continuation grant to fund the Connect-Home Learning Collaborative’s second phase. Under the 12-month plan of Phase 2, Lutheran Services in America will expand implementation of Connect-Home to 275 low-income vulnerable adults transitioning from post-acute to home-based care.
The Congressional Budget Office confirms that the American Health Care Act will put our nation’s most vulnerable people at risk. The Act will cut federal Medicaid spending by $880 billion over ten years with 14 million Americans losing the care that Medicaid provides them.