Each organization’s proposal met one of the following greatest needs identified by a recent community needs assessment: chronic disease management, navigating and accessing health care and social services, dealing with Alzheimer’s, dementia and memory loss, social isolation and financial insecurity.
The awardees are: About National Lutheran Communities & Services (NLCS) Based in Rockville, Md., NLCS is a not-for-profit, faith-based ministry of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America’s (ELCA) Delaware-Maryland, Metropolitan Washington, D. and Virginia Synods, serving people of all beliefs.
The station first took the callsign WSPV on September 25, 1986 and was officially launched in 1988. bought the station and on March 24, 1989, the callsign was changed to WSKO and carried a Country format, branded as "Super Country".
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Some of the guidelines to cause an IRA distribution to occur are: Check with National Lutheran’s philanthropy team, your IRA administrator or your tax advisor for more information.
Our team can be reached at: Marta Spangler, Director of Philanthropy The Village at [email protected] Tim Peifer, Director of Philanthropy The Village at Orchard Ridge & The Legacy at North [email protected] Kathryn Baerwald, Chief Philanthropy Officer National Lutheran Communities & [email protected] The Legacy at North Augusta—A National Lutheran Community (TLNA) participated in its annual spirit week leading up to the local Walk to End Alzheimer’s.
This marks the fourth year of the grant program, with a significant increase in amounts requested, number of grantees and awarded funds throughout Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia, and Delaware.
Last year, $221,250 and 21 grants were awarded through the program.
“Once again we are gratified by the response that the NLCS Community Impact Program has received.
The Community Impact Advisory Council was pleased to see so many high-quality proposals for 2017 containing a wide variety of programs that serve older adults who are aging in place,” NLCS’ Chief Philanthropy Officer Kathryn Baerwald said.Sometime in September 2005, the News/Talk format was dropped and the station was completely silent for about a month.Vox Communication bought the station and on October 7, 2005, WZXI became an Adult Hits format, branded as "Sam 95.5; Simply about music".WBOP picked up programming from the Hits & Favorites network from Cumulus Media Networks.On December 31, 2012, WBOP and seven other properties were sold by Vox Radio to Gamma Broadcasting, LLC at a purchase price of ,403,500.For more information, visit Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCD) from IRAs have been made permanent through the PATH Act of 2015.