Lincoln Military Housing (LMH) has been hard at work this summer organizing hundreds of virtual community events as part of their Community Service program  

Despite the challenges presented by COVID-19the dedicated LMH staff designed interactive activities ranging from live streams to drive-throughs to virtual magic shows and yoga sessions. The programs even included partnerships with military-focused non-profits like USO and Marine Corps Community Services, all created to bring neighbors closer together


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Lincoln Military Housing (LMH), the nation’s leading provider of homes for military families, organized hundreds of virtual community-building events this summer that created lasting memories for residents who, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, adjusted their lifestyles with home-bound and social distancing activities. 

LMH’s San Diego-area management team even achieved an epic milestone: 100 virtual and drive-through events between June and August. Those activities include donut days, a children’s virtual 5K, stroller strides, a July homecoming, gift card giveaways, and partnerships with military-focused nonprofits like the USO, Courage to Call, and Marine Corps Community Services. 

“I’m tremendously proud that our Lincoln staff, even as they faced a challenging time for their own families, brought joy to our communities through their quick action and planning, ”Philip Rizzo, COO & Co-CEO. “Our events normally take months of planning with vendors and venues, but this year we had to quickly adjust in the face of unprecedented new challenges. All these efforts were completely worthwhile knowing our military families could remain engaged with their fellow community members and with familiar faces of the LMH team serving them each day.” 

The free summertime amenities were part of LMH’s industry-leading Community Services program, which, even during the coronavirus pandemic, continued providing exclusive opportunities that met the unique needs of the military families who live, work and thrive in LMH’s 36,000 homes nationwide. 

“The goal of Our Community Services program this summer was to give our diverse communities a sense of normalcy,” said Rizzo. “These efforts reflect our team’s understanding that, as our motto states, ‘Every mission begins at home.”


Lincoln Military Housing is now Liberty Military Housing, an employee-owned company.