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Lutheran Church Charities operates with a policy where 100% of the money donated to a specific need goes toward that need. The transaction costs will be paid by LCC administrative funds, not from a percentage off of the donation.
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Thanks to Your Generous Donations Salam Christian Fellowship Able to Buy Bilingual Bibles Print E-mail
Hesham Thanks to your generous donations we were able to donate four bags of clothing for Pastor Hesham Shehab's ministry to Muslim immigrants who have converted to Christianity. We were also able to provide a check to be used for the purchase of bilingual Bibles.
Thank you for the Generous Donation of Furniture Print E-mail
Furniture We would like to extend our thanks for the generous donation of furniture from the Lazzari-Collister family of Immanuel Lutheran Church of Palatine.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 December 2014 12:30
Your Donations Make A Difference to the Lutheran Church of Ethiopia Print E-mail
Ethiopian Pastors Thanks to your generous donations we were able to provide funds to help with the the Lutheran Church in Ethiopia.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 December 2014 16:29
Elderly Widow Able to Move in to Temporary Housing Print E-mail
Pastor Brazeal UPDATE: Thanks to your generous donations we were able to give funds to an elderly widow who was in need of temporary housing. Because of your donations this woman will be able to spend Christmas with a roof over her head.

Request from Pastor John Brazeal, Christ the King Lutheran Church, Chicago, Illinois

Christ the King has a long-time elderly member of their congregation that is in need of financial assistance. She is a widow, wheelchair bound, and in the early stages of Alzheimer's. She was recently evicted from her apartment.

Pastor Brazeal is working to find a place for her in a senior housing facility. In the meantime, he has been able to find her temporary housing but needs to raise $1,200 to pay for it. Any support for this dear sister will be such a blessing.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 18 December 2014 09:47
Thank You to Volunteers for Helping with Warehouse Move Print E-mail
Warehouse Thank you, to LCC Volunteers; Chuck Schild, Trip Chandor, and Bob Royce who donated their time last Wednesday to unload furniture from the box truck and helped with the donation pick up of pallets for the warehouse packing.

Thank you to LCC volunteers Helmut Mueller and Trip Chandor who moved the pallets into the warehouse and started packing.

On Friday, LCC volunteers Andy Radetski, Earl Lescheninski, Susan Alborn, Mary Aspergren, and Paul and Valerie Hale were able to pack all the supplies that were on the shelves and able to disassemble all but two of the industrial shelving units. Thank you all for your hard work.

Your Donations Make A Difference in the Lives of Family Surviving Fire Print E-mail
Thank You LCC received the following email from Lorrie Wolf. LCC ran an appeal for their family- Pecatonica Fire Family- last spring after their home was destroyed by a fire.

Thank you to everyone who donated to this family, Your Donations Make a Difference in People’s Lives and God’s Kingdom.

When we think back on the past many months to consider the generosity and love of so many wonderful people who have clothed us, fed us, provided shelter for us, and to consider the many tears shed and prayers said for our family, it is evident beyond a shadow of a doubt that God works through people; we are His instruments.

My heart rejoices when I see how God has answered so many of those prayers, has blessed our family with His Providence, and continues to bless us every day. When I fold my children's clothes, wash dishes, or do schoolwork with the kids, I think about how so many of these items were given as gifts from selfless families or individuals, many of whom gave to please Our Savior, "For whosoever shall give you a cup of water to drink in my name, because ye belong to Christ, verily I say unto you, he shall not lose his reward."

As I enjoy the fruits of God's Providence, I raise my own prayers up to the Lord to multiply His blessings on everyone who whispered prayers on our behalf or gave of their time, money, or goods. Thank you to those who shared in our tears and pain and reminded us of God's promises.Thank you all for love and compassion you have shown to our family. God has turned our mourning into dancing! We rejoice in how we have been saved during this time on earth, and we know it is just the beginning of our blessings. Thank you, dear friends!!!"

Lorrie Wolf
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Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 December 2014 08:16
Thank You for the Generous Donation of Furniture Print E-mail
Furniture A special thank you to LCC volunteers Pam and Mike Graham, Rick Tyack and Pastor Guillermo Jerez for coming out to do a donation pick -up early morning of the Friday after Thanksgiving. Also a special Thankyou for the donations of Carolyn Smith and Betty Nimczuk for their donations of furniture which will make a difference in the lives of some families who receive it.
Family In Desperate Need After Medical Issues Print E-mail
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Request from Pastor Steve Kass, Family in Faith, Glendale Heights

LCC received the following request from Pastor Steve Kass of Family in Faith Lutheran Church in Glendale Heights

I'm writing regarding the Brown family, located near our church, Family In Faith, located in Glendale Heights.

This family is in desperate straits. Denise Brown recently had double bypass open heart surgery, at Loyola Medical Center. While having surgery, Denise had a stroke, which affected the strength in her left hand and arm, and also some memory issues.

She has medical orders for bed rest because of stress and fainting spells. She will be moving into a house on December 2, but is waiting from money that will be received from disability.

She needs $275 to cover the cost of temporary housing from now through December 2. Family In Faith is doing what they can to help this older couple. With medical concerns, they are challenged. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Denise is extremely grateful to be alive-given her medical condition, she should be dead. God has given her a second chance, and she wants to make the most of it. We're helping to see that this happens.

Warmly, in Jesus,
Pastor Steve Kass

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Last Updated on Friday, 05 December 2014 16:12
Haitian Church Able to Purchase Stove and Refigerator Print E-mail
fridge Thanks to your generous donations we were able to give money to a Lutheran Church in Haiti. With this money they were able to purchase a fridge and a stove for use in the congregation.
Last Updated on Monday, 01 December 2014 08:57
Superstorm Sandy Survivor Receives Car Print E-mail
Mercedes Donation We would like to extend a thank you to Dolores Franklin who lives in New York for the donation of a car. The car was given to Angela Mills who is disabled and lost her home in Hurricane Sandy.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 December 2014 13:22
Chrysler Town and Country Van Donated Print E-mail
Van We would like to extend a thank you to James Viscariello of St. Paul, Brookfield, for his donation of a 1999 Chrysler Town and Country van.
Thank You For the Generous Donation of Winter Clothes Print E-mail
Coats Thank you to Dr. and Mrs. Douglas Schipull for the donations of winter coats, hats, scarves, gloves and mittens for the Haitian Mission to use in proclaiming Christ.
LCC Able to Give Money for Relocation Print E-mail
Schilf Thanks to your generous donations, LCC was able to deliver a check to Pastor Schilf at Immanuel Palatine to help with a family in need looking to relocate to better accommodate members with special needs.

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Offices Setup at St. John, Northbrook Print E-mail
Northbrook LCC would like to extend a "thank you" to LCC volunteers for their time and physical help.

Helmut Mueller, Trip Chandor, Norm Dadian, Earl Leschinski and LCC staff members Joel Moritz and Dianna Bonfield worked to load furniture that will be used in set up at St. John, Northbrook.

Thank you also to the LCC volunteers Helmut Mueller, Trip Chandor, Mike Flaherty and LCC staff members Dan Fulkerson, Dianna Bonfield and Joel Moritz who worked on Friday to set up two offices at Northbrook.

New Shelving Put Up in LCC Disaster Response Warehouse Print E-mail
warehouse During the afternoon of Monday, November 3, three LCC volunteers - Helmut Mueller, Mike Flaherty and Mark Handrock - spent the afternoon finishing up the setup of the industrial shelving units that were added earlier this year in the LCC storage locker.

Thank you gentlemen! Your time and efforts will make it possible for volunteers to easily unload and put disaster response supplies into storage.

Haitian Student Needs Met Print E-mail
Check We would like to thank all of our generous donors for their donations to the Haitian Scholarship Fund. We were able to deliver a check so that a child will have a chance to continue their education. Pictured is Cheryl White, who accepted the check on behalf of the student. Read the Original Request
Spiritual Care Kits Donated to LCC Print E-mail
Jeannine Scheftel On Monday, October 27, Jeannine Scheftel of the Happy Hands Craft Group at Immanuel Lutheran Church delivered 12 spiritual care kits which will be used Disaster Response. Each of the Spiritual Care Kits contains items to help with the pain that can come in the time of a disaster. Among those items included is a $50 gift card to help with expenses.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 October 2014 08:02
1999 Nissan Maxima Donated Print E-mail
Car Donation We would like to thank Dona and Kate Lehman of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Downers Grove for their donation of a 1999 Nissan Maxima.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 October 2014 08:03
LCC Hands Out Donations to Refugee Families from Haiti Print E-mail
donation On the afternoon of Wednesday, October 8, Pastor Jean Bingue stopped by the office to pick up donations of clothing, blanket and baby blankets, toothbrushes and toothpaste, and hand-made winter scarfs and mittens, which he will hand out to some of the refugee families that are served through the Haitian mission at Bethesda Chicago.
LCC Receives Check from St. Matthew Hawthorn Woods Print E-mail
Check On Monday, September 22nd, Helen Burnidge and Delores Crisara from St. Matthew Hawthorn Woods presented LCC President Tim Hetzner a donation from part of the proceeds from their annual pig roast.

Watch next July for information about St. Matthew's Annual Pig and Corn Roast!

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