As a way to focus on their faith and thanksgiving, the Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew (SsAM) shared an Advent Calendar to collect food donations.
When The Tatnall School accepted an invitation to help LCS provide holiday meal bags to our clients, their middle students sponsored a food drive. Job well done!
Thanksgiving meals make for warm family memories. When LCS asked for support, Tower Hill School came through spectacularly to make it happen for our community.
Introduced to LCS as a volunteer at our St. Stephen’s pantry, Anne Pilson shares her passion for the work we do and her concern for growing needs in our community.
Join the Hunger Task Force of the Delaware-Maryland Synod for their Virtual Major Donor Gathering on November 14th to support food ministries (including LCS).
While the weather stays mild, LCS food pantry clients, staff, and volunteers enjoy chatting together outside while clients wait for their food orders.
Food Bank of Delaware is pilot testing the use of DoorDash out of our St. Stephen’s food pantry to deliver food boxes to Wilmington residents.
Connecting people to resources includes individual, family, and organizational efforts and sometimes gets a boost on social media. Every bit makes a difference.
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.
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.
Read about the work Haley and Laura-Beth do for LCS.
Celeste's story during COVID-19 and her work with Lutheran Community Services.