Luz Gayon-Telleria, director, Hispanic Outreach Services, Catholic Charities of SE Michigan, spoke about her organization’s Mentoring and Life Coach Services for Youth programs at the Jan. 22 Pathway to Self-Sustainability meeting.

Learn how to help end poverty tonight

The Pathway to Self-Sustainability meeting is tonight: Tuesday, Oct. 15, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at St. James Catholic Church, 241 Pearson St. in Ferndale (west side of Woodward, south of 9 Mile).

The number of people unable to provide a decent standard of living for their families continues to grow, and resources to help them are limited. Now there’s a new approach: The Pathway to Self-Sustainability project finds and develops services tracked to successfully end poverty.

Speakers include: Luz Telleria, director, Hispanic Outreach Services, Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan, with Jane Fanta; John Ziraldo, CEO, The Lighthouse of Oakland County; and Ryan Hertz, CEO, South Oakland Shelter. A representative will be speaking on behalf of Elizabeth Garlow, executive director, Michigan Corps.

Co-founder of Moo Cluck Moo Harry Moorhouse is also planning to attend the meeting.

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