Join the Hunger Network for thought-provoking programs every second Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm.  

No obligations to join a team ... just a time of learning about poverty around our synod and resources provided by ELCA World Hunger.

LuMin Student Housing Initiative
Tuesday, October 12, at 6:30 p.m.

Starting with the 2021-2022 school year, LuMin is providing reduced and subsidized housing for Colorado State University college students who have experienced housing insecurity.  Students in the initiative lack generational wealth and most will be the first to graduate from college in their households.  The hope is to provide students who cannot afford the high cost of rent in Fort Collins the stability of housing so that they can graduate in a timely manner and with manageable debt.  Students in the initiative are also surrounded by community--including peer support, life coaches, and guidance from a masters level School of Social Work intern.  LuMin is working to advocate for this often “invisible” population in our university town.  

Join the Rocky Mountain Synod Hunger Network at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, October 12, to hear Pastor Paul Judson talk about this vital new ministry!
 

ZOOM: https://zoom.us/j/91045154307?pwd=SWRtdzhaalk3SFpXUWw0M1RFblV4Zz09

 


 

How does ELCA World Hunger work?

Hunger and poverty are the result of many interconnected causes and are most successfully alleviated when a project addresses more than one of these causes.  People who live in poverty need to be part of the decisions about what they need.  Thus, programs supported by ELCA World Hunger accompany people and often take an integrated approach to community development, in which a community works across several areas simultaneously to create lasting change. 

When people learn new farming techniques and participate in a village savings and loan group, they have two ways of ensuring their economic and food security.  Health promoters can provide health education and access to health care in the present, while also mobilizing communities to advocate for appropriate clinical health care in the future.

By addressing an issue from many angles, we can equip individuals with several skills and resources that allow them to create lasting, positive change in their lives -- resulting in communities that are more resilient and responsive.  Your gifts to ELCA World Hunger support projects and activities that are creating integrated, holistic transformation in more than 60 countries around the world!

For more information, resources for education, and ideas for how you can help, visit the hunger pages on the ELCA website.

How to Donate to ELCA World Hunger
 


RMS Hunger Network Core Team