Thursday, July 30, 2020

Today's Front Line Hero: Lutheran Social Services of Northeast Florida

Today’s Front Line Hero is Lutheran Social Services of Northeast Florida, which is helping supply food to its neighbors. Thanks to the generosity of the community and commitment of LSS to supporting families in need, LSS was able to distribute eggs, milk, meat, cucumbers, beans, watermelon, and dry goods to 200 families in the community just last week.

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Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Today's Front Line Hero: Lutheran Services Florida (LSF)

Today’s Front Line Hero is Lutheran Services Florida, which is providing services to people facing mental health challenges and addiction to prevent them from entering the criminal justice system. . To ensure that the community’s mental health needs are adequately met, LSF is partnering with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office on a co-responder program.

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Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Today's Front Line Hero: Lutheran Social Services of Southern California

Today’s Front Line Hero is Lutheran Social Services of Southern California for its efforts to dismantle systemic racism and promotion of productive conversations about race. President and CEO Dr. LaSharnda Beckwith is facilitating roundtable discussions about race with a diverse group of leaders to explore how to address racism and inequity.

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Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Today's Front Line Hero: Community Family Life Services

Today’s Front Line Hero is Community Family Life Services (CFLS), which is committed to safely offering needed programming in Washington, DC throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. CFLS offers regular programming such as interview skills training, goal setting, and the I BECAME series virtually. Programs that can only be done in person, such as HIV testing, are done with great care, ensuring social distancing and mask wearing.

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Monday, July 20, 2020

Today's Front Line Hero: Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan

Today’s Front Line Hero is Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, which is promoting diversity and inclusion through servant leadership. CEO Héctor Colón wrote a recent op-ed in the Milwaukee Business Journal in which he calls on business leaders to adopt characteristics of a servant leader to create a work environment that welcomes open conversation about race and effectively promotes equity.

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