LFSRM Represented at the State of the Union Address

Categories: News

Today (Tuesday, February 5th) multiple refugee and immigrant leaders will be present at the State of the Union as guests of Members of Congress. These guests will represent the millions of people across the U.S. whose lives have been impacted by the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program, which has been significantly dismantled over the past two …

Read More

Lutheran Family Services Elects First Refugee Boardmember

Categories: News

One day last October, Nga Vuong-Sandoval met Jim Barclay for lunch at Racines Restaurant. Barclay, the president of Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains, had gotten to know Vuong-Sandoval through her immigrant and refugee advocacy work in Denver. But Barclay didn’t come just to eat: He had an offer for her. Read more

8th-graders at Heath Middle School make industrial arts projects for Weld County organizations

Categories: News

With the help of their teacher, and a grant from the Success Foundation Serving Greeley-Evans Schools, students at Heath Middle School completed projects for Weld County nonprofits and showed them to community members Friday. A sign hangs on one of the tables eighth grade industrial arts students made for the Weld County Food Bank. Students …

Read More

Thank You for Being Part of Colorado Gives Day

Categories: News

Thank you for participating in Colorado Gives Day and for supporting LFS! This year, we received 220 donations totaling $83,865! Proving once again that Coloradans are committed to the vital nonprofits that support the fabric of our community. Because of your kindness and generosity, we are able to respond to the critical social and emotional …

Read More

How at-risk people can become stranded in hospitals for weeks

Categories: News

A 9Wants to Know investigation is revealing a growing problem: at-risk people abandoned by families and nursing facilities stranded inside metro-area hospitals for weeks, sometimes months, and even years at a time. On any given day, dozens of people find themselves alone and stranded in hospital rooms without anywhere to go because they have no …

Read More