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.
This year has brought a bit of normalcy back into our daily routines. We hope you are inspired by these stories of empowerment from throughout the year!
Marketing Manager Alex Mazzei discusses the Delaware Food Farmacy and how they program has evolved over the last year, and how it is expanding in the future.
Your generosity helped to provide over $72,000 to help Delaware families facing food insecurity. Thank you for being there to help so many people in need.
We hope that everyone joins us for a day of food and fun at the 2022 Walk/Run! Whether its your 1st LCS event or your 30th, we can't wait to see you there!
LCS offers smoking cessation support through the Delaware Quitline. We would love to share information about this free program at community and health events.
The LCS food pantry at Unity Church recently added a Thursday evening pantry in hopes of increasing access to more individuals and families facing food insecurity.
New Health Program Outreach Manager Ayesha Bailey always wanted to help people. Her focus at LCS will be on networking in the community and building out the smoking cessation program statewide.
The Rev. Emily Gibson reflects on her experience as LCS President of the Board of Trustees. It included a pandemic and Zoom meetings, but also commitment and compassion.
The LCS community gathered together in person once again at their annual Room at the Table breakfast and enjoyed an uplifting morning with inspiring clients.
The Room at the Table, our annual event to highlight what we do at LCS, will be at Christ Church, and we can’t wait to interact with supporters and new friends!
Jan Waldauer, DuPont Global Programs Manager, shares what her job involves, how she got where she is, why she loves what she does, and how DuPont partners with LCS.
Working with the rental office and the Food Bank of Delaware, LCS is connecting Ms. Alice and her husband to community resources. She is grateful beyond words.