Liberty Lutheran provides over $900,234 in Benevolent and Charitable Care
to assist seniors confronted with shrinking financial resources, so they can continue to live safely and securely within our communities.
At Paul’s Run we all blend in like family. We really enjoy spending time together each day, and everyone here is just so nice to each other. I always say we should’ve moved here sooner.Stan Friedman, resident at Paul’s Run
Stan lives at Paul’s Run with his beloved wife, Beverly. Together, they enjoy making new connections with the friends, families, and neighbors of this community. You can help keep the friends of Paul’s Run together. Support The Paul’s Run Fellowship Fund for benevolent care by clicking here and give your gift today!
You impact 36K individuals through direct services, community outreach and volunteer opportunities.
The whole community is really looking out for each other. People will come and pick up meals for their elderly neighbor down the street who isn’t able to leave the house. Or folks will walk by and ask how they can help. It’s been really inspiring.Pastor Mary Wolfe of Hope Lutheran Church in Reading, PA.
When COVID-19 forced Hope Lutheran Church to shut down their traditional food pantry, they mobilized volunteers to provide food for their neighbors in need in safe and creative ways. Feeding hundreds of individuals and families from their church parking lot, Hope Lutheran Church continues to bring hope and wellness to their community. Help feed families through COVID-19 and support feeding ministries throughout Eastern Pennsylvania. Visit our Giving Page by clicking here.
Liberty Lutheran empowers 8,972 older adults
through compassionate care and service that redefines aging and promotes improved health and wellbeing.
I emphasize community in my work because music therapy is very much about relationships. I want to foster a relationship with music that helps each resident understand their own identity.Sarah Biedka, music therapist at Artman