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Support LSI

Get Involved

Be a community partner and join LSI’s shared ministry! Need ideas? See how a Decorah church stepped in to honor Iowa youth in foster care.

Pray

Your prayers are one of the simplest and most important ways to support LSI. We would appreciate your prayers for this social ministry, the needs of our communities and the tens of thousands of Iowans with whom we partner.

We also invite you to take part in LSI’s Day of Prayer, an annual day to lift up these prayers in your church.

Give

We are grateful to have financial support from many churches who want to be a friend and partner to vulnerable people in their communities. There are many ways to help – in-kind donations, a special offering or hosting a small fundraiser like a garage sale or soup supper.

Chat with LSI

We’d love to come talk with you! An LSI speaker can join your church for a sermon or Sunday morning talk, a discussion during adult Sunday school or a special program such as a youth event or pastor’s conference. Schedule a visit by calling our advancement department at 866.584.5293.

Raise your voice

We believe people of faith are responsible for giving voice to those who are not heard. Your church can be an important voice for advocating dignity and social justice in your community. See more.

Care Packages

Send a care package to your community. Find out how in-kind donations make an impact. See more.

Volunteer

We can help put your church group to work! Explore some of our LSI volunteer opportunities.

For example, learn about First Circle Friends, a unique shared ministry that partners with churches and volunteers to provide support to people with memory loss and their families.

Pastoral referrals

LSI has many programs that may be able to help people in your congregation or community. To learn more, please explore our services or contact us.

Questions? Contact us at our toll-free number: 866.584.5293.

Join the circle

LSI’s First Circle Friends program partners with churches to provide group respite care for people with early- to mid-stage memory loss and their families.

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