In the midst of this unprecedented healthcare crisis we are thrilled to be able to share some great news with you. The Great Place to Work Institute has certified SpiriTrust Lutheran® as a Great Place to Work (GPTW) for the third consecutive year! We have created a video to thank our team for honoring us as a GPTW.

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Although we were not able to publicly recognize this year’s Cornerstone Award honorees, Jeff and Cindy Lobach, in our usual celebratory manner, we did videotape a small ceremony to recognize them. Bob Rundle, our president/CEO, and Larry Young, chair – SpiriTrust Lutheran Board of Directors, acknowledged the incredible community contributions of this special couple and presented the award to Jeff.

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FTC Warning About Scams

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has issued warnings about scammers who are taking advantage of fears surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19). These unscrupulous individuals are creating websites to sell fake products, make “robo calls” and use fake emails, texts and social media posts in an effort to take your money and acquire your personal information. Many of the individuals we serve at SpiriTrust Lutheran® are older adults who historically have been prime targets by scammers. The FTC has resources that can help you and your loved ones avoid being scammed by these coronavirus fraudsters. Here are some tips provided by the FTC to help you avoid coronavirus scams:

  • Hang up on robocalls. Don’t press any numbers. Scammers are using illegal robocalls to pitch everything from low-priced health insurance to work-at-home schemes.
  • Fact-check information. Scammers, and sometimes well-meaning people, share information that hasn’t been verified.
  • Know who you’re buying from. Online sellers lay claim to have in-demand products, when, in fact, they don’t.
  • Don’t click on links from sources you don’t know. They could contain viruses that can be downloaded onto your computer or device.
  • Watch for emails claiming to be from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or World Health Organization (WHO). For the most up-to-date information about the coronavirus, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
  • Ignore offers for vaccinations and home test kits. Scammers are selling products to treat, prevent or test for COVID-19 without proof that they work.
  • Be careful when donating. Don’t let anyone rush you into making a donation. If someone wants donations in cash, by gift card, or by wiring money, do not do it.

You can sign up for consumer alerts or file a complaint when you are confronted with suspicious claims. More information about potential scams related to coronavirus is available on the FTC website.