Lutheran Services Florida is happy to celebrate 40 years of building healthier, happier, hope-filled tomorrows.
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A few decades ago, Lutheran Services Florida had the idea to launch an initiative that recognized those who are actively working to make their communities a better place.
Maria McNair, a local Head Start director, celebrates the program resilience during COVID and plans for its future.
(October 19, 2021 Tampa, FL) — While the pandemic has had an incredible impact on non-profit organizations across the country, one group hit especially hard has been local churches. To show community congregations support during this time, Lutheran Services Florida (LSF) has begun a “Good Samaritan Initiative.”
As Afghan and Haitian refugees are forced to leave the volatile and unsafe conditions of their home countries and make their way to the United States, LSF is working hard to arrange housing assistance, provide food, secure medical support, offer translation services, and equip them with pathways to employment and self-sufficiency.
The first day of school was a few days away, and yet she just wasn’t ready.
Arianna had all her supplies and memorized her class schedule but she still didn’t feel… prepared. And the feeling hit her every time she passed the mirror.
As an extension of its ongoing support of Lutheran Services Florida, Bank of America has partnered with CVS Health to fund a no-cost flu voucher program to support primarily under-resourced communities of color. The vouchers will be available to LSF clients beginning October 11, 2021 through March 31, 2022.
The teens were less than thrilled when they arrived.
Looking out at the dusty scene, five teenagers reluctantly exited the car and walked onto the hot, dirt-filled path.
“Lord, we are so thankful for the way you pour out your generosity…”
Pastor Jim—Senior Pastor at Holy Spirit Lutheran Church—opened the ceremony with a prayer of gratitude as those gathered around him bowed their heads in agreement, closing with an emphatic “Amen!”
On Tuesday, April 27th, LSF, Holy Spirit Lutheran Church of Juno Beach and community committee members are joining to celebrate the success of the ‘Beauty is a Silent Teacher’ campaign with a check presentation. Achieving its capital campaign goal will help revitalize a 36-year-old youth shelter in Broward County.