Welcome to the LCS blog page! Here, we will cover stories about the LCS Community. Feel free to browse the archive or search by a specific blog topic or title.
Harold Wenger, Ann Duane, and Eliza Lang of Wenger Wealth strive to know the individuals they serve and to empower them to set and meet goals - we do the same at LCS.
Jean Washington, “Ms. Jean,” serves as the Assistant Program Director at LCS, but she is so much more - mom, pastor, historian, mentor, friend, and heart of LCS.
Kanchalee Reeves and her crew of caring volunteers keep things running smoothly every weekday at the LCS Food Pantry at St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church.
Volunteering at LCS brings the community together. From middle school students to retirees, we welcome others to volunteer with us as we serve our neighbors!
A long-time supporter of LCS, Tower Hill School focuses on making service to community a part of students’ lives by starting young and teaching mindfulness.
Richard Porto at the LCS Unity Food Pantry explains that building relationships and connections makes LCS what it is - welcoming, caring, and there for you.
Learn how Linda Ulmanis and Becca Gulino grew the Shepherd's Garden from an idea to an institution! Fostering a community and providing food to LCS pantries.
LCS has partnered with the Delaware Quitline to help you quit smoking! Find out the resources and products we offer Delaware residents, totally free of charge
Over the COVID-19 lock downs, LCS received requests for aid through our Homelessness Prevention program. Find out how we kept DE families in their homes
Learn from Melody Muhammad as she explains how the LCS Peace Garden helps supply our food pantries with fresh produce, and how you can get involved!
Find out how our Homelessness Prevention program helps Delaware families in need.
Read about the work Haley and Laura-Beth do for LCS.