The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


2 rooms for Settlement House

Philadelphians living in lower-income neighborhoods rely on the Lutheran Settlement House for many basic needs from food and clothing, to child care and after-school programs, to job training.

In April it got a face-lift when employees of ARAMARK, a global provider of professional services, volunteered their time and talents to add two rooms for client services, refurbish outdoor garden areas, and build and fill shelves with books for children.


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