Wednesday, July 4, 2001

Lutheran School receives gift-matching funds

Aid Association for Lutherans recently presented $5,050 to St. Paul Lutheran School in Peachtree City, through the AAL Member Gift-Matching Program. The total reflects AAL's matched portion of contributions received from members during the first quarter of 2001.

Annual gifts of $25 to $100 made by AAL members to participating Lutheran elementary or secondary schools, colleges or seminaries are matched dollar-for-dollar by AAL. Since the program was introduced in 1998, AAL has given more than $21 million to Lutheran academic institutions nationwide through the gift-matching program. This is an ongoing program open to all AAl members.

AAl, a Fortune 500 organization based in Appleton, Wis., is a fraternal benefit society of 1.8 million members who join together for insurance, education and volunteer opportunities. AAL also supports the work of Lutheran education institutions, organizations and church bodies.

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