Weekly News from LMM
Founder's Day 2021
Rev. Richard Sering
We invite you to join us on Thursday, February 4th at 4:30 PM for the second annual Founder’s Day Celebration. The gathering will be held virtually on LMM’s Facebook page.

Founder’s Day, held on Rev. Richard Sering's birthday, will include a Founder's Circle induction ceremony and the reveal of LMM’s Vision for Racial Justice.

We are excited to share many new initiatives with our supporters, while honoring the legacy of Rev. Sering and those who strongly support our work.
Chopping for Change's First Associate's Degree
After spending 18 months in our Chopping for Change Program, Pauletta Salinas is our very first student to graduate with an Associate’s degree from LMM! Pauletta’s story is inspiring and LMM can’t wait to see what the future holds for her.

Click this link to read a speech from Pauletta that she shared after graduating. 
Pauletta Salinas
USPS Mail Delay Update
Following an unprecedented 2020, the USPS is still recovering from receiving historic volumes of mail, which is resulting in delays in mail delivery across the country.

We received notice that LMM's holiday cards and Winter Seeds newsletters have been arriving in mailboxes much later than expected. We want to assure you that this is not normal for our agency. LMM will remain proactive in getting our mail out to you as quickly as we can.

For more information on the mail situation, as well as tips for paying bills and taxes online, click here.
United Way 2-1-1 Vaccine HelpLink
In partnership with Cuyahoga County, United Way’s 2-1-1 HelpLink provides resources and referrals for seniors and others with specific severe chronic diseases who wish to schedule and receive COVID-19 vaccinations

By calling 2-1-1 Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., those eligible for phase 1B inoculations can access dedicated staff to locate nearby vaccine providers. Click here to learn more.