Welcome to the LCS supporters blog page! Here you can find out all the latest updates from our community support.
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 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.
Watch ChristianaCare’s Michelle Axe’s presentation on the Delaware Food Farmacy. She joined a panel on “Urban Ag Connections to Health and Wellness” for DE Ag Month.
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.
What can an 8 year old do to fight a pandemic? Finn proved that the answer is: quite a lot!
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!
We not only endured another pandemic year, we did our best to make it a better one, thanks to our many dedicated staff, volunteers, clients, and supporters!
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.
LCS remains dedicated to our mission of helping individuals and families address food, housing, and other essential needs with dignity and respect. Read our annual appeal.
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.
LCS finds inspiration in the work of other community organizations. We love to meet and share ideas, resources, and possibilities. Here are two examples.