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Portico’s social purpose (SP) investors get two kinds of returns — financial returns and evidence of social impact. The chart below describes the positive environmental impact Portico’s $25 million social […]

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Portico Benefit Services remains steadfast in its commitment to care for the well-being of those who serve in the ELCA — so they can focus on the important work of […]

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Reducing the cost of benefits is always welcome, especially during these tumultuous times. Portico is pleased to announce that the ELCA Benefit Contribution Trust is now adequately funded. Starting in […]

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The ELCA Health Plan has always been a community plan, designed to meet the specific needs of ELCA congregations, institutions, social ministry organizations, churchwide organizations, seminaries, and those serving in […]

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As the ELCA’s wellness leader, Portico is always on the hunt for innovative benefits and services that can help its faith-centered membership live well. In January 2020, Portico proudly introduced […]

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In November 2015, Portico selected IFF, a community development financial institution that serves low-income and special need communities in the Midwest, as its first social impact first (SIF) investment. Now, […]

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Portico is proud to announce for the fifth consecutive year, the Customer Care Center has been certified as a Center of Excellence by BenchmarkPortal, a contact center benchmarking, certification, and […]

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Nearly five years ago, Portico issued a news release about a lawsuit filed against the ELCA Board of Pensions (doing business as Portico Benefit Services). This lawsuit was one of […]

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Portico’s 2020 Live Well invitation represents an important next step in the evolution of its wellness approach to health benefits. This year’s new benefits help members access quality health care […]

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Religious organizations, rejoice! Several pieces of pro-church legislation have become law, thanks in part to successful advocacy efforts by Rev. Jeff Thiemann and fellow Church Alliance partners.

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