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January 2024 Newsletter

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.

Additional Articles from the January 2024 Newsletter

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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

| eNewsletter, February 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
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!

Additional Articles from the January 2024 Newsletter

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

| eNewsletter, March 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
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

| eNewsletter, February 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
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!

| 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…

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

Additional Articles from the January 2024 Newsletter

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

| eNewsletter, March 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
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

| eNewsletter, February 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
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!

| 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…

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.

Additional Articles from the January 2024 Newsletter

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

| eNewsletter, March 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
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

| eNewsletter, February 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
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!

| 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…

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.

Additional Articles from the January 2024 Newsletter

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

| eNewsletter, March 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
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

| eNewsletter, February 2024 eNewsletter | No Comments
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!

| 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…