Nevada Check Up
Women’s Health Connection
Food Home Delivery
Back to School Programs
Lutheran Social Services of Nevada is powered primarily by volunteers and has a variety of opportunities that fit your level of availability. Will you join us in serving those who are in need? Volunteering makes an enormous difference in the lives of others but it also helps you! From lowering stress levels to experiencing fulfillment and happiness, volunteering offers many health benefits!
Fill our out volunteer questionnaire or call ustoday at (702) 639-1730.
Volunteer Services Manager
Nutrition Education Kitchen Specialist
Pantry Receiver and Stocker
DigiMart Pantry Checkout Assistant
Intake Office Coordinator
Janitorial and Groundskeeper
LSSN Event Volunteer
DigiMart Pantry Organizing
Open Air Food Market Participant
Turkey Dinner Drives
Childrens’ Toys and Clothing Drives
Easter Basket Drives
High School Student Interns
DigiMart Food Pantry
Toy, Clothing and Food Drives
Facilities and Groundskeeper
We need your support to thrive!
One-time donations are certainly appreciated but please consider becoming a recurring donor or sponsor for Lutheran Social Services of Nevada
Fill out our scheduled giving form or call us today at (702) 639-1730
Vehicle, gold, silver, coins and jewelry
Sponsor our move!
Sponsor Operational Expenses
Charitable IRA Distribution
Gift of Securities
Gift of Retirement Assets
Gift of Real Estate
Gift of Life Insurance
Charitable Lead trust
Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust
Dedicate your Bithday
Dedicate your Wedding
Smith’s Amazon and eBay shopping
Nevada’s Big Give
Automatic Payroll Deductions
Gratitude and grace-sharing
The food pantry at Lutheran Social Services of Nevada relies heavily on food donations to allow us to distribute as much food as possible to those who are struggling with food insecurity. The community’s generous donations enable us to meet the growing need for nutritious perishable and non-perishable foods. LSSN is moving towards providing more nutritious food in the concept of Green Light food distribution. Donations of the following items are always needed:
Whole grain bread: Sliced bread, Bagels, Tortillas, English muffins, Pita bread, Dinner rolls or other buns
Whole Grain Pasta: Whole wheat, Brown rice, Amaranth, Quinoa, Corn, Macaroni Noodles, Lasagna
Whole Grain Cereal: Steel cut oats, Rolled oats, Barley, Buckwheat, Granola, Grape Nuts, Cheerios,Kashi Instant Hot Cereal, Shredded Wheat
Whole Grain Side Dishes: Brown rice, Wild rice, Kasha (whole grain buckwheat), Quinoa, Wheatberries, Bulgur (cracked wheat),
Whole Grain Snacks: Popcorn, Whole wheat crackers, Whole rice crackers, Corn chips, Granola bars
Buy your groceries at Smith’s so we can benefit from your purchases!
(LSSN’s npo # is 81870)
FOOD DROP OFF LOCATION
If possible, we would greatly appreciate it if you could use your own resources to
collect and deliver food to the pantry at 73 Spectrum Boulevard. The food pantry is open from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday. We are closed on Thursday for food distribution.
If you cannot deliver food to the pantry, please contact Derrick Felder at firstname.lastname@example.org or 702-639-1730 to schedule a time for pick-up.
Pantry – Walk ins are welcome during our pantry hours (9:00-1:00pm Monday through Thursday). Please make sure to bring ID, Social, and proof of income and address. At your first visit to the pantry you can schedule an appointment every two weeks. To schedule your pantry pick up email email@example.com or call 702-639-1730
Open Air Markets – For an up-to-date schedule on the special Open Air Markets, check out our Facebook page at facebook.com/lssnv.
For more information, please call or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.