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March-for-Meals: Local Officials Know Being There Matters™

By eNewsletter, March 2024 eNewsletter

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Each year we commemorate the historic day in March of 1972 when President Nixon signed into law a measure that amended the Older Americans Act of 1965 to include a national nutrition program for seniors ages 60 and older.

As part of our annual March-for-Meals commemoration, LifeCare Alliance is teaming with local elected officials for Community Champions Week, March 18-22. During this time local officials, politicians, and dignitaries will deliver Meals-on-Wheels in their communities. So don’t be surprised if you see your Mayor delivering lunch in your neighborhood!

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March-for-Meals: Local Officials Know Being There Matters™

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Big Wheels: Behind the Scenes

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Celebrate the Special People in Your Life

By eNewsletter, March 2024 eNewsletter

Elderly couple holding flowersAs we begin to transition from cold winter days to the newness of spring, we’re offering you a chance to celebrate those who have made a difference in your life. Make a donation to LifeCare Alliance, and we’ll send a card to honor a parent, pet parent, or special person in your life. Your gift will provide a week’s, a month’s, or even a year’s worth of comfort and care to a neighbor who depends on LifeCare Alliance.

Please complete the form here, and we will mail a card directly to your honored recipient(s) just in time for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, or even Pet Parent Day.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please get in touch with Beth Domanik at edomanik@lifecarealliance.org or 614-437-2846.

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March-for-Meals: Local Officials Know Being There Matters™

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Celebrate the Special People in Your Life

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Big Wheels: Behind the Scenes

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Big Wheels: Behind the Scenes

By March 2024 eNewsletter

A woman at a gala dinner raising a paddleYou might’ve heard of our annual fundraiser, Big Wheels. But did you know this event has been helping LifeCare Alliance meet people where they live for going on 33 years now?

This long-standing event was introduced in 1991 as “Big Wheels Deliver Warm Winter Meals” and aimed to increase awareness of LifeCare Alliance’s services amongst Central Ohio business leaders. At its inception, attendees joined the agency for breakfast, a keynote speaker, and a tour, then ended their day with a hands-on service opportunity delivering Meals-on-Wheels. Local legends Cameron Mitchell, Alex Shumate, and Tami Longaberger all served as keynote speakers.

The event has transformed through the years, ultimately landing on what we know it to be today: Big Wheels, a gala-style fundraiser. As our foremost event of the year, Big Wheels raised over half a million dollars in 2023!

Thanks to the sponsors and in-kind donors, to the hundreds of guests, and to the thousands of moments being there for our clients, Big Wheels’ continued success empowers us to keep serving all our neighbors in need of a warm meal and compassionate support.

Our dedicated events team, consisting of staff and committee volunteers, is gearing up for our 2024 Big Wheels being held at our in-house event center, The Levee, and catered by L.A. Catering, our social enterprise, on Saturday, April 20th. If you’d like to learn more about the event click here: www.lifecarealliance.org/bigwheels/  For more information on sponsorship opportunities or in-kind donations, please reach out to Danielle Visconti at dvisconti@lifecarealliance.org or 614-437-2947.

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March-for-Meals: Local Officials Know Being There Matters™

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Big Wheels: Behind the Scenes

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Top Five Perks of Joining the Spirit Society

By March 2024 eNewsletter

Have you ever dreamed of being a part of something larger than yourself? Our Spirit Society makes a tremendous impact upon the community, raising more than a million dollars a year towards our services. As a member, you can enjoy these special perks:

  1. Free happy hour–We invite all our valued Spirit Society members to a free cocktail hour every spring where you can enjoy refreshing drinks and discussions with like-minded people.
  2. Catered luncheon with our President & CEO—We cater a delicious fall luncheon for our Spirit Society with insider information presented by our President & CEO, Chuck Gehring.
  3. Inside scoop—As a Spirit Society member, you’ll get exclusive quarterly updates, detailing the ongoing work of LifeCare Alliance so that you will know what your money is going towards.
  4. Special Recognition—All Spirit Society members are listed by name on our website!
  5. Knowledge that you made a difference—With a minimum contribution of $1,000 to join the Spirit Society, you’ll be providing five months of home delivered meals, ten mammograms, or ten Rollator walkers to those in need. Imagine the power of what all the Spirit Society can do together!

Are you interested in these perks? Learn more about the Spirit Society by contacting Carrie Burson at cburson@lifercarealliance.org or 614-437-2848.

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March-for-Meals: Local Officials Know Being There Matters™

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Celebrate the Special People in Your Life

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Big Wheels: Behind the Scenes

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You might’ve heard of our annual fundraiser, Big Wheels. But did you know this event has been helping LifeCare Alliance meet people where they live for going on 33 years…

Together We Have The Power To Do Even More!

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Together We Have The Power To Do Even More!

By eNewsletter, March 2024 eNewsletter

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead

To Margaret Mead’s point, have you ever wondered what impact a group of dedicated supporters of our organization could accomplish together? Well, in 2023, our LifeCare Alliance Spirit Society members collectively gave roughly $1,293,000. For impact reference, if every penny of that went to our Meals-On-Wheels program only, the Spirit Society would have paid for just under 20 percent of our yearly meals delivered to our neighbors, parents, and friends who are in need of a warm meal and daily check-in.

Of course not every penny donated by Spirit Society members goes to a single program!  As a nationally recognized nonprofit, we offer services spanning Nutrition, Health and Support, all working together to restore a sense of stability and self-reliance to our clients. As put by a Spirit Society member: “LifeCare Alliance offers the best range of services to a wide circle of individuals, doing so in a well-managed and economically sustainable method.”

It’s important to us that you know your money is going to an enterprising and resourceful organization. That’s why Spirit Society members are invited to exclusive events twice a year and receive quarterly updates from our President & CEO, Chuck Gehring. That way we keep you informed of how you are making an impact in your community!

To join the Spirit Society, you simply donate $1,000 or more each year. That’s only $83.34 each month! If you’d like to “set it and forget it”, you can establish a recurring monthly donation by visiting www.lifecarealliance.org/donate.

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March-for-Meals: Local Officials Know Being There Matters™

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Big Wheels: Behind the Scenes

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Columbus Business First has recognized Andy Nowlin as a Champion of Diversity

By eNewsletter, February 2024 eNewsletter

Congratulations to our Chief Human Resources & Inclusion Officer, Clarence “Andy” Nowlin, for being awarded the Outstanding Diversity Champion Award by Columbus Business First.

Nowlin established LifeCare Alliance’s inaugural Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion committee to foster an environment that does not just acknowledge diversity, but actively celebrates it. Functioning as a proactive force, the DEI committee encourages and finds creative ways to continue LifeCare Alliance’s commitment to an inclusive workplace.

For more information, read the story in Columbus Business First. 

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Top 10 Ways to Volunteer That Don’t Involve Delivering Meals!

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American Heart Month

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Volunteering—Good For You!

By eNewsletter, February 2024 eNewsletter

It’s a given that when you volunteer you are helping someone else with something they cannot do for themselves. But have you ever given any thought to what volunteering can mean for you, for your health and well-being? Experts cite that volunteering helps you stay physically active, combats depression, and creates a sense of purpose.  One study from the University of Exeter even found that individuals who regularly volunteer have mortality rates reduced by as much as 22 percent.

But we don’t have to rely on experts from Exeter; LifeCare Alliance volunteers share with us every day the benefits they get from volunteering.  As a matter of fact, 87 percent of volunteers recently surveyed said they would recommend volunteering with LifeCare Alliance to a friend or coworker.

And, if you need any more evidence, consider what they shared with us about their experiences:

 “I love the clients, and I have fallen in love with this program. The clients have become my friends.”

 “Delivering Meals-on-Wheels is a wonderful volunteer opportunity for families. We are together in our car, can take turns delivering, and the kids can directly see the people they are helping and the impact they are having.”

 “Delivering meals helps me realize how lucky I am that I can help those in need.  I’ve met so many wonderful people on my route. Thank you for this opportunity!”

Will you be the next person to Join the Alliance and begin reaping these rewards? Email volunteer@lifecarealliance.org to get started today.

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American Heart Month

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Volunteer Spotlight: The Brotherhood of Congregation Beth Tikvah

By eNewsletter, February 2024 eNewsletter

A group of volunteers

The brotherhood of Congregation Beth Tikvah in Worthington truly exemplifies the LifeCare Alliance tagline: Being There Matters™!  For the past 20 years, they have delivered Meals-on-Wheels on or around the Christmas holiday. As members of a Jewish synagogue – which does not observe Christmas – they like to relieve regularly scheduled volunteers so that they may have the holiday off to spend with their families and friends.

The group makes a whole day out of volunteering. They begin their day at a local establishment, catching up over breakfast. They then arrive at our Harmon location around 10 am where their leader, David Binkovitz, provides training and quick tips. Pairing up, the team members are assigned their routes before going out to deliver hot and nutritious meals to hundreds of Meals-on-Wheels clients.

Jeff Wasserstrom has been volunteering since 2004. His son joined him in 2009, back when he was just 11 years old.  The two have turned this into their own father-son bonding tradition, serving the community together every year since.

The brotherhood has delivered meals to close to 1,500 clients since they began in 2003, and they’ve helped hundreds of regular volunteers be able to spend the holidays with their loved . We sincerely thank them for their dedication and commitment over the past 20 years, and we look forward to their next 20 years of support.

If your group would like to get involved and start your own annual tradition, please reach out to Volunteer@lifecarealliance.org.

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American Heart Month

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Top 10 Ways to Volunteer That Don’t Involve Delivering Meals!

By eNewsletter, February 2024 eNewsletter

Volunteers in the kitchen

Want to volunteer, but not sure if delivering meals is right for you? Don’t worry—we’ll find your perfect fit. With over 7,800 volunteers a year, LifeCare Alliance finds opportunities for everyone. Read on for some unique ways to get yourself, your family, small group, or work team involved:

1. Grocery Shopping for Seniors – This is a quick way to make a difference in someone’s life. Choose the day and area of town, and we will assign you a senior who needs groceries. After arriving at their house to get their list and payment method, you perform the shopping and then return with their groceries. Imagine how much stress you can relieve a homebound senior of by doing this simple task.

2. Senior Pet Care Route –If you love pets, this program is for you. Often, our clients have to choose between feeding themselves and their pets. That’s why we provide free pet food for qualifying clients. Sign up to make some pups and kitties happy and healthy by delivering their food! Deliveries are scheduled monthly and are flexible to work around your availability.

3. DJ-ing  –Do you have DJ skills and want to spin some tunes at Carrie’s Café for one of our lunchtime dance parties?

4. Musical Entertainment—Do you play an instrument and would like to entertain our Dining Center clients with a little concert? Have we got a gig for you!

5. Crafting—Would you like to lead a craft or a knitting club? Our over 60 fun bunch will keep you in stiches.

6. Holiday Adopt-A-Client donations – Have any leftover gifts from the holidays lying around the house that you don’t know how to put to use? It’s not too early to regift them to our Holiday Adopt-a-Client program! You can donate gifts you won’t use, gift cards, knitted or crocheted items, excess blankets, and more.

7.-10. Use Your Imagination—There’s no limit to the joy and enrichment you can bring to a client’s life. Have a way you’d like to contribute? We’d love to hear your ideas!

Reach out to us at volunteer@lifecarealliance.org for more information on these or other ways you can Join the Alliance!

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American Heart Month

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By eNewsletter, February 2024 eNewsletter

LifeCare Alliance Corporate and Community in Being There Matters t-shirts

You may often hear from our Corporate & Community Engagement Team members, but you may not have faces to go with their names. These are the associates who reach out to you about your volunteer experience, train you, and schedule your shifts. They oversee volunteer relationships for LifeCare Alliance, in-kind product donations, and our Senior Pet Care services. Next time you see one of them in the hallways or at an event, please say “hi” – they’d love to put your face to your name too!

 

First row

Nicole Envid, Community Engagement Manager, nenvid@lifecarealliance.org

You may hear from Nicole if you volunteer as an individual, church, school, or small group. She’s responsible for training and recruiting small volunteer groups. Nicole enjoys connecting with new volunteers and finding ways for them to partner with LifeCare Alliance.

Nicole hails from the small state of Delaware, and she relocated to Columbus when she married her husband Jeremy in 2017. She’s a huge Philly sports fan, has six step kids, two cats, a dog, and a tortoise. She also spends her time working on her small business fair trade company, which partners with artisans in 16 countries to create beautiful and useful products and sustainable jobs.

 

Second row (L to R)

Curt Vance, PhD, Senior Pet Care Coordinator, cvance@lifecarealliance.org

You may have heard from Curt if you’ve ever delivered a pet care route. As the Senior Pet Care Coordinator, Curt manages the day-to-day activities of senior pet care services. This includes training and scheduling volunteer groups, coordinating pet food delivery, and providing veterinary financial assistance for our clients’ pets.

Curt lives in Westerville with his wife Kelly. He has two sons who attend The Ohio State University. While not working, Curt enjoys playing guitar and ukulele, as well as bird watching.

Claire Eastman, Chief Corporate & Community Engagement Officer, ceastman@lifecarealliance.org

Claire is the Chief Corporate and Community Engagement Officer at LifeCare Alliance.  You may run into her at outreach events, public speaking engagements, or around LifeCare Alliance. She is responsible for managing the recruitment, training, and retention of over 7,800 annual LifeCare Alliance volunteers.  Claire also oversees the intake, pick-up, and placement of in-kind donations to the Alliance as well as our signature Senior Pet Care program.

Claire likes to say that her job is not her occupation but rather her “occupassion”.  Claire lives in Westerville with her husband of 10 years, Chris.  Between them, they have five kids ranging in age from a college freshman to a college senior.  Claire loves to read, travel, and spend time with her family.

 

Third Row (L to R)

Ghadir Amin, Meals-on-Wheels Engagement Coordinator, gamin@lifecarealliance.org

Ghadir is the face of the Corporate & Community Engagement team at Harmon Avenue, welcoming new groups, providing orientation and training, and directing volunteers to their assignments. You have most likely run into her if you’ve picked up home delivered meals from Harmon.

Originally from Iraq, Ghadir immigrated to the United States as a child. In 2021, she found her calling at LifeCare Alliance. Ghadir finds immense joy in working with volunteers and seeing the collective power of a united community. Beyond the busy schedule, Ghadir’s heart lies in her love for planting and nurturing life and with her two spoiled cats.

Stephanie Sparrow Hughes, Community Engagement Manager, shughes@lifecarealliance.org

If you’ve ever volunteered with a large work team, chances are, you’ve met Stephanie. As a Community Engagement Manager, Stephanie is our contact person for corporations who want to give back to their community. She enjoys promoting the LifeCare Alliance mission by speaking at company and community events and expanding outreach for all people to give back and serve those in need.

In her free time, Stephanie speaks to community groups about preserving diverse narratives and serves on the board for the Franklin County Genealogical and Historical Society. She and her husband Martin love to travel and enjoy nature walks. As a sun baby, one of her favorite things to do is to soak up some rays.

Anne Peters, In-Kind Donation Coordinator, apeters@lifecarealliance.org

If you’ve ever donated a gift-in-kind, you’ve probably met Anne. As the In-Kind Coordinator, Anne is responsible for managing and disbursing the in-kind product donations across the agency.  She had the pleasure of heading the Holiday Adopt a Client program this year, providing gift bags to nearly a thousand clients and family members over the holidays.  So, if you donated to or participated in the program, you have likely received emails or calls from Anne.

Aside from a passion for nonprofit work, Anne loves to garden, read books, and cook. Over the past decade, Anne has been involved with various nonprofits, including volunteering with Peace Corps Tanzania. She is committed to serving the community she loves with compassion and empathy.

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Big Wheels 2024 is set for April 20! Join us at central Ohio’s premier charitable gala to raise a glass, raise a paddle, and raise funds to benefit all LifeCare…

Meet Your Corporate & Community Engagement Team

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You may often hear from our Corporate & Community Engagement Team members, but you may not have faces to go with their names. These are the associates who reach out…

Volunteer Spotlight: The Brotherhood of Congregation Beth Tikvah

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The brotherhood of Congregation Beth Tikvah in Worthington truly exemplifies the LifeCare Alliance tagline: Being There Matters™!  For the past 20 years, they have delivered Meals-on-Wheels on or around the…

Columbus Business First has recognized Andy Nowlin as a Champion of Diversity

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Congratulations to our Chief Human Resources & Inclusion Officer, Clarence “Andy” Nowlin, for being awarded the Outstanding Diversity Champion Award by Columbus Business First. Nowlin established LifeCare Alliance's inaugural Diversity,…

American Heart Month

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February is American Heart Month, and, this month, you can take charge of your heart health with LifeCare Alliance. Our free Community Wellness Centers provide registered nurses who can provide…

American Heart Month

By eNewsletter, February 2024 eNewsletter

A nurse taking a client's blood pressureFebruary is American Heart Month, and, this month, you can take charge of your heart health with LifeCare Alliance. Our free Community Wellness Centers provide registered nurses who can provide free health screenings to anyone 18 and up. They can check for blood pressure, cholesterol, and other vitals indicative of heart health.

If you have diabetes, you can also qualify for our diabetes services and meet with a registered dietitian to discuss ways to eat heart healthy. In addition, our nurses can provide educational resources, personal coaching, free diabetes supplies, and referrals to other medical and support services.

For more information, email wellness@lifecarealliance.org.

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Top 10 Ways to Volunteer That Don’t Involve Delivering Meals!

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Want to volunteer, but not sure if delivering meals is right for you? Don’t worry—we’ll find your perfect fit. With over 7,800 volunteers a year, LifeCare Alliance finds opportunities for…

Volunteering—Good For You!

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It’s a given that when you volunteer you are helping someone else with something they cannot do for themselves. But have you ever given any thought to what volunteering can…

Big Wheels Save the Date

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Big Wheels 2024 is set for April 20! Join us at central Ohio’s premier charitable gala to raise a glass, raise a paddle, and raise funds to benefit all LifeCare…

Meet Your Corporate & Community Engagement Team

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You may often hear from our Corporate & Community Engagement Team members, but you may not have faces to go with their names. These are the associates who reach out…

Volunteer Spotlight: The Brotherhood of Congregation Beth Tikvah

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The brotherhood of Congregation Beth Tikvah in Worthington truly exemplifies the LifeCare Alliance tagline: Being There Matters™!  For the past 20 years, they have delivered Meals-on-Wheels on or around the…

Columbus Business First has recognized Andy Nowlin as a Champion of Diversity

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Congratulations to our Chief Human Resources & Inclusion Officer, Clarence “Andy” Nowlin, for being awarded the Outstanding Diversity Champion Award by Columbus Business First. Nowlin established LifeCare Alliance's inaugural Diversity,…

American Heart Month

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February is American Heart Month, and, this month, you can take charge of your heart health with LifeCare Alliance. Our free Community Wellness Centers provide registered nurses who can provide…

The One and Only LifeCare Alliance

By eNewsletter, January 2024 Newsletter

For more than two decades, LifeCare Alliance has had a powerful tagline: Nourishing the Human Spirit. And while that tagline is still very relevant to what we do, and the philosophy under which we operate, we found we needed something that was more encompassing of all our services. With the help of our branding firm, the incredible FORT, we were able to identify and articulate what sets us apart—and makes us the one and only.

When you’re the only daily provider of home delivered, hot meals —being there matters! When you’re the only free cancer clinic operating in the state—being there matters! When you’re the only dedicated diabetes camp for youth and teens in central Ohio—being there matters! Whenever someone feels isolated, frightened, or limited, being there matters! Being There Matters™!

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March-for-Meals: Local Officials Know Being There Matters™

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Each year we commemorate the historic day in March of 1972 when President Nixon signed into law a measure that amended the Older Americans Act of 1965 to include a…

Celebrate the Special People in Your Life

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As we begin to transition from cold winter days to the newness of spring, we’re offering you a chance to celebrate those who have made a difference in your life.…

Big Wheels: Behind the Scenes

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You might’ve heard of our annual fundraiser, Big Wheels. But did you know this event has been helping LifeCare Alliance meet people where they live for going on 33 years…

Top Five Perks of Joining the Spirit Society

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Have you ever dreamed of being a part of something larger than yourself? Our Spirit Society makes a tremendous impact upon the community, raising more than a million dollars a…

Together We Have The Power To Do Even More!

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“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” - Margaret Mead To Margaret Mead’s point, have…

Columbus Business First has recognized Andy Nowlin as a Champion of Diversity

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Congratulations to our Chief Human Resources & Inclusion Officer, Clarence “Andy” Nowlin, for being awarded the Outstanding Diversity Champion Award by Columbus Business First. Nowlin established LifeCare Alliance's inaugural Diversity,…

Volunteering—Good For You!

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It’s a given that when you volunteer you are helping someone else with something they cannot do for themselves. But have you ever given any thought to what volunteering can…

Join the Alliance

By eNewsletter, January 2024 Newsletter

Who makes up the LifeCare Alliance? Certainly, it’s all the associates and professional staff who deliver our Nutrition, Health, and Support services. But the Alliance also includes donors, volunteers, corporate sponsors, foundations, referring partners, elected officials, the media, and anyone else in our community who helps us realize our vision of a world where people can live on their own terms with dignity and independence.

As someone receiving this newsletter, you are part of the Alliance. We value your continued support in 2024 and ask you to invite a friend to Join the Alliance with you.

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March-for-Meals: Local Officials Know Being There Matters™

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Each year we commemorate the historic day in March of 1972 when President Nixon signed into law a measure that amended the Older Americans Act of 1965 to include a…

Celebrate the Special People in Your Life

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As we begin to transition from cold winter days to the newness of spring, we’re offering you a chance to celebrate those who have made a difference in your life.…

Big Wheels: Behind the Scenes

| March 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
You might’ve heard of our annual fundraiser, Big Wheels. But did you know this event has been helping LifeCare Alliance meet people where they live for going on 33 years…

Top Five Perks of Joining the Spirit Society

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Have you ever dreamed of being a part of something larger than yourself? Our Spirit Society makes a tremendous impact upon the community, raising more than a million dollars a…

Together We Have The Power To Do Even More!

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“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” - Margaret Mead To Margaret Mead’s point, have…

Columbus Business First has recognized Andy Nowlin as a Champion of Diversity

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Congratulations to our Chief Human Resources & Inclusion Officer, Clarence “Andy” Nowlin, for being awarded the Outstanding Diversity Champion Award by Columbus Business First. Nowlin established LifeCare Alliance's inaugural Diversity,…

Volunteering—Good For You!

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It’s a given that when you volunteer you are helping someone else with something they cannot do for themselves. But have you ever given any thought to what volunteering can…

Being There Matters

By eNewsletter, January 2024 Newsletter

As a volunteer, you are a valued member of the Alliance. You know firsthand the impact of being there to our clients when you deliver a meal, a friendly smile, and that all-important wellness check-in.

Your impact also helps ensure that LifeCare Alliance can continue serving nearly 30,000 clients each year without a waiting list and regardless of their ability to pay. When you deliver a meal route, you help us stretch every dollar so that we may continue serving everyone who qualifies for, and benefits from, our services.

We welcome your volunteer support whether you deliver once a week, once a month, or once a year!

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March-for-Meals: Local Officials Know Being There Matters™

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Each year we commemorate the historic day in March of 1972 when President Nixon signed into law a measure that amended the Older Americans Act of 1965 to include a…

Celebrate the Special People in Your Life

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As we begin to transition from cold winter days to the newness of spring, we’re offering you a chance to celebrate those who have made a difference in your life.…

Big Wheels: Behind the Scenes

| March 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
You might’ve heard of our annual fundraiser, Big Wheels. But did you know this event has been helping LifeCare Alliance meet people where they live for going on 33 years…

Top Five Perks of Joining the Spirit Society

| March 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
Have you ever dreamed of being a part of something larger than yourself? Our Spirit Society makes a tremendous impact upon the community, raising more than a million dollars a…

Together We Have The Power To Do Even More!

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“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” - Margaret Mead To Margaret Mead’s point, have…

Columbus Business First has recognized Andy Nowlin as a Champion of Diversity

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Congratulations to our Chief Human Resources & Inclusion Officer, Clarence “Andy” Nowlin, for being awarded the Outstanding Diversity Champion Award by Columbus Business First. Nowlin established LifeCare Alliance's inaugural Diversity,…

Volunteering—Good For You!

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It’s a given that when you volunteer you are helping someone else with something they cannot do for themselves. But have you ever given any thought to what volunteering can…

Honor MLK’s Legacy with Your Time

By eNewsletter, January 2024 Newsletter

Did you know Martin Luther King Jr. Day is the only federal holiday designated as a National Day of Service. In honor and celebration of Dr. King’s legacy, we as Americans are encouraged to serve our communities and take actionable steps towards an equitable world. What better way to do that than to serve your neighbor? When you deliver Meals-on-Wheels, you can support people in your community and help them to live with more hope, stability, and self-reliance. Sign up to deliver meals over MLK weekend here: Friday and Saturday , Sunday and Monday

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March-for-Meals: Local Officials Know Being There Matters™

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Each year we commemorate the historic day in March of 1972 when President Nixon signed into law a measure that amended the Older Americans Act of 1965 to include a…

Celebrate the Special People in Your Life

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As we begin to transition from cold winter days to the newness of spring, we’re offering you a chance to celebrate those who have made a difference in your life.…

Big Wheels: Behind the Scenes

| March 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
You might’ve heard of our annual fundraiser, Big Wheels. But did you know this event has been helping LifeCare Alliance meet people where they live for going on 33 years…

Top Five Perks of Joining the Spirit Society

| March 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
Have you ever dreamed of being a part of something larger than yourself? Our Spirit Society makes a tremendous impact upon the community, raising more than a million dollars a…

Together We Have The Power To Do Even More!

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“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” - Margaret Mead To Margaret Mead’s point, have…

Columbus Business First has recognized Andy Nowlin as a Champion of Diversity

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Congratulations to our Chief Human Resources & Inclusion Officer, Clarence “Andy” Nowlin, for being awarded the Outstanding Diversity Champion Award by Columbus Business First. Nowlin established LifeCare Alliance's inaugural Diversity,…

Volunteering—Good For You!

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It’s a given that when you volunteer you are helping someone else with something they cannot do for themselves. But have you ever given any thought to what volunteering can…

Big Wheels Save the Date

By eNewsletter, February 2024 eNewsletter

Big Wheels 2024 is set for April 20! Join us at central Ohio’s premier charitable gala to raise a glass, raise a paddle, and raise funds to benefit all LifeCare Alliance services. You’ll enjoy creative appetizers and gourmet cuisine from L.A. Catering as well as lively conversation with other members of the LifeCare Alliance.  To learn more about sponsoring, contact Danielle Visconti at 614-437-2947.

Sponsor Big Wheels

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Top 10 Ways to Volunteer That Don’t Involve Delivering Meals!

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Want to volunteer, but not sure if delivering meals is right for you? Don’t worry—we’ll find your perfect fit. With over 7,800 volunteers a year, LifeCare Alliance finds opportunities for…

Volunteering—Good For You!

| eNewsletter, February 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
It’s a given that when you volunteer you are helping someone else with something they cannot do for themselves. But have you ever given any thought to what volunteering can…

Big Wheels Save the Date

| eNewsletter, February 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
Big Wheels 2024 is set for April 20! Join us at central Ohio’s premier charitable gala to raise a glass, raise a paddle, and raise funds to benefit all LifeCare…

Meet Your Corporate & Community Engagement Team

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You may often hear from our Corporate & Community Engagement Team members, but you may not have faces to go with their names. These are the associates who reach out…

Volunteer Spotlight: The Brotherhood of Congregation Beth Tikvah

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The brotherhood of Congregation Beth Tikvah in Worthington truly exemplifies the LifeCare Alliance tagline: Being There Matters™!  For the past 20 years, they have delivered Meals-on-Wheels on or around the…

Columbus Business First has recognized Andy Nowlin as a Champion of Diversity

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Congratulations to our Chief Human Resources & Inclusion Officer, Clarence “Andy” Nowlin, for being awarded the Outstanding Diversity Champion Award by Columbus Business First. Nowlin established LifeCare Alliance's inaugural Diversity,…

American Heart Month

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February is American Heart Month, and, this month, you can take charge of your heart health with LifeCare Alliance. Our free Community Wellness Centers provide registered nurses who can provide…

Help-at-Home Aide Honored for Saving a Life

By eNewsletter, January 2024 Newsletter

In December, our associate, Sheryl Horton, knocked on a client’s door for her weekly home care services. When the client didn’t respond, Sheryl took action. She called the client multiple times and got no response. She then contacted the proper authorities and was able to get the client life-saving services. Franklin County Senior Options awarded Sheryl an Exemplary Certificate of Service in recognition of her quick, and life-saving action in an emergency situation.

Aides like Sheryl know their clients well, allowing them to identify when things seem a little out of character. Stories like these prove that Being There Matters™. The aides that perform these services go above and beyond to deliver the best care possible, and they couldn’t do it without the support of our Alliance.

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March-for-Meals: Local Officials Know Being There Matters™

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Each year we commemorate the historic day in March of 1972 when President Nixon signed into law a measure that amended the Older Americans Act of 1965 to include a…

Celebrate the Special People in Your Life

| eNewsletter, March 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
As we begin to transition from cold winter days to the newness of spring, we’re offering you a chance to celebrate those who have made a difference in your life.…

Big Wheels: Behind the Scenes

| March 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
You might’ve heard of our annual fundraiser, Big Wheels. But did you know this event has been helping LifeCare Alliance meet people where they live for going on 33 years…

Top Five Perks of Joining the Spirit Society

| March 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
Have you ever dreamed of being a part of something larger than yourself? Our Spirit Society makes a tremendous impact upon the community, raising more than a million dollars a…

Together We Have The Power To Do Even More!

| eNewsletter, March 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” - Margaret Mead To Margaret Mead’s point, have…

Columbus Business First has recognized Andy Nowlin as a Champion of Diversity

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Congratulations to our Chief Human Resources & Inclusion Officer, Clarence “Andy” Nowlin, for being awarded the Outstanding Diversity Champion Award by Columbus Business First. Nowlin established LifeCare Alliance's inaugural Diversity,…

Volunteering—Good For You!

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It’s a given that when you volunteer you are helping someone else with something they cannot do for themselves. But have you ever given any thought to what volunteering can…

Monsignor Hendricks Recognized For Service

By eNewsletter, January 2024 Newsletter

LifeCare Alliance’s Immediate Past Chair Monsignor Joseph M. Hendricks recently received Medical Mutual’s 2023 Pillar Award for Nonprofit Board Executive of the Year. This is a well-deserved award, as Monsignor has served on our Board of Directors for ten years now, during six of which he has held board titles. Notably, he led the board as Chair during the COVID-19. We are proud to have him as part of our Alliance.

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March-for-Meals: Local Officials Know Being There Matters™

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Each year we commemorate the historic day in March of 1972 when President Nixon signed into law a measure that amended the Older Americans Act of 1965 to include a…

Celebrate the Special People in Your Life

| eNewsletter, March 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
As we begin to transition from cold winter days to the newness of spring, we’re offering you a chance to celebrate those who have made a difference in your life.…

Big Wheels: Behind the Scenes

| March 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
You might’ve heard of our annual fundraiser, Big Wheels. But did you know this event has been helping LifeCare Alliance meet people where they live for going on 33 years…

Top Five Perks of Joining the Spirit Society

| March 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
Have you ever dreamed of being a part of something larger than yourself? Our Spirit Society makes a tremendous impact upon the community, raising more than a million dollars a…

Together We Have The Power To Do Even More!

| eNewsletter, March 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” - Margaret Mead To Margaret Mead’s point, have…

Columbus Business First has recognized Andy Nowlin as a Champion of Diversity

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Congratulations to our Chief Human Resources & Inclusion Officer, Clarence “Andy” Nowlin, for being awarded the Outstanding Diversity Champion Award by Columbus Business First. Nowlin established LifeCare Alliance's inaugural Diversity,…

Volunteering—Good For You!

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It’s a given that when you volunteer you are helping someone else with something they cannot do for themselves. But have you ever given any thought to what volunteering can…