Here's a few national and international Lutheran organizations. This is far from an exhaustive list.
The ELCA resulted from a union of three North American
Lutheran church bodies in 1982: The American Lutheran
Church, the Association of Evangelical Lutheran
Churches and the Lutheran Church in America. It currently has 5,149,668 baptized members in 10,851 congregations, 8 seminaries, 28 colleges and universities, 28 high schools and 265 elementary schools nationwide. Its 2001 budget is $83.5 million with total income of all congregations in excess of 2.25 billion (1999 statistics). More can be found at www.elca.org.
Sierra Pacific Synod of the ELCA
The Sierra Pacific Synod is our part of the ELCA. The geography
covers Central California, Northern California, and parts of
Global Health MinistriesMission Statement:"Friends of Global Health Ministries (GHM) help provide a gift of life -- both physical and spiritual -- through Lutheran health care work across the world. GHM goals are met by providing financial support, shipping of urgently needed medical supplies, assisting in recruiting of medical personnel and funding for training of national heath care givers."
Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service
Lutheran Services in America
Lutheran World Relief