We have all heard about the new Wrangler going into production soon. The Toledo Assembly Complex (Jeep) will be launching the new Wrangler this fall. Over the course of six weeks, about 3,000 Jeep employees are being coordinated through United Way of Greater Toledo to volunteer at 35+ agencies as part of their orientation/emersion. In addition to volunteering, they have three days of training at the University of Toledo and also get to do some off-roading at the complex. They will return to work gradually through the month of October after being off since April.
The Autumn 2017 Newsletter for Lutheran Social Services of Northwestern Ohio is now available. The newsletter features articles on topics like: Letter from Terri Rodriguez, Toledo Jeep and United Way of Greater Toledo Team Up, Mental Health & Substance Abuse and much more.
The Summer 2017 Newsletter for Lutheran Social Services of Northwestern Ohio is now available. The newsletter features articles on topics like: What's Next for Medicard?, Lucy Wayton's Retirement, Support for the Weary, Financial Coaching Success, and much more.
There are many more ways you can help to support Lutheran Social Services.
If you wish to discuss ideas and ways that you can personally give to the Mission, take advantage of tax incentives and planned Charitable Gifts, Lutheran Social Services has staff that can assist as well point you to experts in Charitable Giving strategies. Contact Mark Hill at 419-243-9178.
Just Pancakes, A Ministry Battling Hunger in Toledo, visited LSS Toledo Office during the Old West End Festival and welcomed parade participants as they marched or watched the parade on Saturday, June 3, 2017.