Social Accountability

Lutheran SeniorLife serves senior adults in ways that are consistent with its faith-based roots and its ministry of service. While our mission-driven initiatives to serve seniors will allow us to meet the expectations of a generation of baby boomers who have reached retirment age, ministry and mission remain at the heart of all of our programs and services.

We also realize that through these services and efforts to touch the lives of seniors, we become a valuable community asset in all the neighborhoods where these services are provided. This awareness is part of the reason we capture the impact of our services in our annual Community Benefits and Social Accountability Report.

Those of us privileged to serve at Lutheran SeniorLife accept that our mission to serve seniors extends beyond those who are directly served by our programs. Our mission extends into all the communities we touch.

Through this report, we want to take the opportunity to let everyone in the neighborhoods we serve know that Lutheran SeniorLife considers itself a valuable member of the community at large.

David Fenoglietto,
President and CEO, Lutheran SeniorLife


View the 2014 Community Benefits and Social Accountability Report


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