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Dollar-In Dollar-Out Policy

Lutheran Church Charities operates with a policy where 100% of the money donated to a specific need goes toward that need. The transaction costs will be paid by LCC administrative funds, not from a percentage off of the donation.
Families in Need
Donated Furniture for Iraqi Christian Refugees Print E-mail
Iraqi Family Last weekend Pastor Shehab of Salam Christian Fellowship requested some furniture for an Iraqi family living in Elgin. Because of your donations, they were given some comfortable chairs for their living room. Eleven months ago Raheeb, his wife and two daughters came the United States as Iraqi refugees. One month after they arrived, Raheeb’s wife died leaving behind 20 year old Amed and 17 year old Nada. This past year has been difficult and filled with sorrow for this family. Yet in the midst of their sorrow they were surrounded by their newly adopted Christian family of brothers and sisters from Salam Christian Fellowship who were there to grieve with them and comfort them with the love of the Lord Jesus who died to give new eternal life to their mother and wife and is there to comfort and strengthen them as they rebuild their life in America.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 March 2015 08:45
Your Furniture Donation Helps an Iranian Family Become Comfortable Print E-mail
Family in Need LCC volunteer Helmut Mueller, delivered some sofas and end tables to Iman Sersawi and her family. LCC learned about Iman and her family from Pastor Hichiam Shehab of Salam Christian Fellowship. Iman and her family have been here in the United States for two years living with other family members. Just recently she and her family were able to get an apartment of their own, but it was completely empty. The sofa, loveseat and tables donated through LCC were literally the first pieces of furniture the family has in their new home. The sofas served as the starter pieces God has provided and used to get the rest of the furniture they needed.

Seated on the sofa L to R is Hussein Alsamurrai, his youngest broth Mohamed Ali and their Mother Iman Sersawi. Seated on either side of the family are two of Hussein’s friends who came to help unload the furniture on the far left is Dzemil Ferizi and on the far right, in black, is Alex Mandare.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 March 2015 17:11
Furniture For College Students Print E-mail
Harper College Students Thank you to members of St John Lutheran Church, Northbrook, Illinois for your donation for living room and dining area furniture. It was desperately needed by two Harper College students living in a barren apartment. Thank you for helping for making the life of these young men in need a little more comfortable.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 March 2015 17:10
Member at Zion Lutheran Needs Financial Help for Long Term Acute Care Print E-mail
Luther John Bajus Pastor Luther John Bajus of Zion Lutheran Church in Norridge, Illinois has asked for financial assistance for one of his parishioners, Andres Velez. Andres has a lingering illness and needs a lung transplant. However his health has taken a turn for the worse so a transplant at this time is not possible. Consequently he is being moved to a long-term acute rehabilitation unit at Holy Family hospital. This will put a major financial burden on the family and they are asking for assistance. Andres has served as a church trustee and his wife, Robin, has been Zion’s Sunday School and VBS Director for years.

Click here to help meet Pastor Luther John Bajus' request

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 March 2015 08:46
Can You Help with Rent Assistance for Disabled Man? Print E-mail
Pastor Mark Birkholz Pastor Mark Birkholz for Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church in Oak Lawn, Illinois has a request. Our congregation hosts a food pantry, and one of our guests has become friends with several of our volunteers. He has also recently begun attending services at Faith. He is unemployed and recovering from an injury. He lives with his brother who is also unemployed and disabled. He has applied for Social Security Disability, but is in need of financial assistance to pay his rent until the disability payments begin. He is in need of $750 to cover his rent for February and March.

Click here to help meet Pastor Mark Birkholz’s request

Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 March 2015 17:11
Help a Young Man See the Love of Christ Through the Window of a Car Print E-mail
Doug Swanson Pastor Doug Swanson from King of Glory Lutheran Church in Elgin, Illinois wants to reach out and help an unchurched young man. This young man has been struggling to find his way since his parents divorced a few years ago and since he graduated high school in 2014. Because his parents are not active in his life a family at King of Glory has taken the steps to help him find employment, purchase clothing and food and is on the path to connecting him to Christ. He is now gainfully employed but needs decent transportation to get to his job. Please find it in your heart to help this lost young soul. It is a great opportunity to show how the Kingdom of Christ works through believers.

If you have a vehicle you would like to donate, please contact LCC at (866) 455-6466 or by email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 February 2015 13:27
Help for Medical Expenses for Wife of Lutheran School Basketball Coach Print E-mail
Immanuel Lutheran Church Pastor Tom Acton of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Palatine, Illinois asked LCC to make an appeal to help defray medical costs for a longtime member. Carin and John Ulrich recently received the devastating news that Carin has stage four colon cancer. John is nationally-known for coaching Immanuel Bobcat teams for more than 25 years and both John and Carin are active in church and school activities. Carin is currently undergoing treatment that is putting a heavy burden on their finances. Below is an excerpt from a recent update Carin wrote:

"I thank everyone for all the food, books, cards, and love. I feel a blanket of love around me. Truly it is an amazing feeling! I still have pain but the good Lord has given me relief from the constant pain. Chemo is still very difficult and I am still weak … My oncologist has found a new therapy that has been approved that … only attacks the Cancer cells and does not touch the good cells. Maybe the Lord has another blessing for me with the pain? Whatever my Lord asks of me, I am here to serve Him.”

Any assistance you can give would be a tremendous blessing to this family who has meant so much too so many.

To help support John and Carin Ulrich DONATE HERE

Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 February 2015 21:03
Pakistani Christian Seeks Asylum Print E-mail

Request from Pastor Hesham Shehab of Salam, Lombard

Muhammad Muhammad, a Pakistani, who was baptized in Christ last week would like to file for asylum in the US because Pakistan persecutes Christians and executes converts. His life would be in danger if he was forced to return to his native land.

Asylum cases are very delicate and need a skilled immigration attorney which normally more than $3500. Can you help him in his efforts to stay in the US?

Click here to donate to help Muhammad
Last Updated on Thursday, 05 February 2015 17:20
Liberian family Needs Help with Living Supplies Print E-mail

Request from Reverend Kenety Gee of Chatham Fields Lutheran Church, Chicago


A Liberian father in the church has finally been able to bring his family together in the United States after being separated for over two years. However, they are in need of clothing, household supplies and a vehicle that can manage a family of seven. The sizes for the family are listed below. They are also in need of King and Queen sized bedding. If you can assist them in any way, please contact Dianna Bonfield at 866-455-6466 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Family Member Pant Size Shirt Size Shoe Size Coat/Dress Size
David (father) 36 medium 34/35 8 men's R/36/W30 (coat)
Salome (mother) 4 women 8 medium 6.5 women 8 medium (dress)
Eric (boy, 18) 32 medium 14/15 10 men's 35/29 (coat)
Davidetta (girl, 15) 7 Jr 3 6 7 small (dress)
Titus (boy, 10) 5 child 12 child 6 child 8.5 (coat)
Joseph (boy, 8) 4 child 10 child 4 child 7 (coat)
David Jr. 28 Medium 13/14 7 men's 33/26 (coat)
Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 January 2015 18:25
Little Geronime Getting Help Thanks to Your Donations Print E-mail

Update from the Geronime Family in North Carolina


Mom has been raising three lively children at home, the youngest of whom has been the subject of a number of our stories, nearly alone for many years. Because of extensive medical bills (beyond what the military covers), they have been struggling to provide the physical therapy, special equipment and other elements necessary for their "little man" to thrive.

This week your donations made their January house payment. Tears of appreciation and prayers of thanksgiving were spoken by Mom. After our "amens", their 5 year-old daughter insisted that she pray. Her sweet and sincere prayer was moving because she did not give thanks for anything she received but gave thanks for your generosity and the love of Jesus. At which point we echo her prayer of thanks to you for helping this special family.

Donate to Help Little Geronime
Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 December 2014 09:57
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