Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Sooner or Later, Most of Us Will Be Poor...

Check out this article "Sooner or Later, Most of Us Will Be Poor and On Welfare" by Stephen Pimpare from the University of New Hampshire. Sooner or later might mean now...

Thursday, August 13, 2015

News You Can Use

For Your Church Newsletter

From Lutheran Community Services    September 2015

Editors: This information is prepared for church newsletter editors, secretaries and pastors. Your help in getting the word out is appreciated and will help LCS achieve its mission of “Sharing God’s blessings by helping others in need.” Comments about timing or content are welcome. Contact Steve Tindall (stindall@lcsde.org). 302 654 8886.

Gov. Markell Visits LCS
Gov. Markell with LCS staff and volunteers during his July 31 visit to
LCS’s new headquarters at 2809 Baynard Boulevard, in Wilmington.

 LCS Volunteer Coordinator Cher Frampton participated in a volunteer fair at Bethel AME Church recently and caught the attention of Gov. Markell.  He liked what he heard about LCS and suggested a visit, which LCS was only too happy to take him up on. He arrived promptly at 11 a.m. as planned on Friday July 31.

Jean Warren gave him the royal tour of the new building and explained LCS’s focus on helping low income people with food, homelessness prevention and other important services. A short meeting followed, and the governor offered some helpful advice on completing the financing of the new building and insights about where our services are needed most.
Executive Director Jean Warren takes Governor
Jack Markell on a tour of the new facility.

     Before he left, the governor gave an inspiring talk to the staff and volunteers about how agencies like LCS are pitching in to help answer the critical need for social services in our community.

Volunteer Spencer Hoernes explains to Gov. Markell about
LCS’s community pantry garden funded by Speer Trust.


Walk Run Against Hunger September 19, 2015! Register or download forms online at www.lcsde.org. For 
information, call 302 654 8886 x109. 

Coordinator for the Zion Pantry Richard Porto tells his
story to the Governor with Volunteer Coordinator Cher Frampton.

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

P/T Volunteer Receptionist Needed ASAP

We are in need of a part-time receptionist to help fill in while our regular receptionist Rose is out on maternity leave.

Duties will include answering the phone and taking messages. Greeting guests and letting staff know when clients have arrived for their appointments. Other projects such as mailings and assembling packets may be requested from time to time.

Schedule will vary but it will be between the hours of 8am - 4pm, Monday through Friday. Individual must be professional and good with the public. Some computer skills are needed and experience using office phone systems helpful, but will we will train.

This position is available now, and we are looking to fill this in the next week, no later than end of next week.

Please contact Volunteer Coordinator, Cher Frampton at 302-654-8886, 107 or cframpton@lcsde.org. Please leave a message if no answer, you will get a call back.

LCS 2015 Annual Report

Click on link below to view the annual report in pdf format.