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Challenge Grant Will Benefit Refugee Resettlement

The Siebert Lutheran Foundation has provided a generous $30,000 challenge grant to help offset recent disruptions to federal funding for the LSS Refugee Resettlement Program. The challenge is to match the grant with $30,000 in donations from other supporters. With this grant, your gift can double in value, with 100% going to support our Refugee Resettlement Program.

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LSS Stories

Clubhouse Provides Meaningful Work to Those Disabled by Mental Illness


Learn about Spring City Corner Clubhouse, a LSS daytime drop-in center in Waukesha offering a safe environment for those living with a mental illness.
Published July 2015

SCAN Program Helps Kids Recognize Child Abuse


Our SCAN program helps children recognize child abuse so they can tell trusted adults and get help.
Published July 2015

Meet John Schaller


John Schaller was adopted as a baby through LSS. Today, he serves as the organization's Board Chairman.
Published July 2015

Breaking Free from the Prison of Addiction


Learn how Jim used the services and support at the Cephas House in Waukesha, Wisconsin to get his life back on track.
Published July 2015

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