Outreach is an important part of the mission of LUM; and members of the LUM professional staff actively seek opportunities to educate people on issues relating to poverty, hunger and homelessness. Directors of the various LUM programs are well-informed on social and economic issues and would like to help raise awareness in the local community on critical issues affecting low-income families.
Staff members are available to speak to church, civic, and educational groups on a variety of topics.
To make arrangements for a presentation, call or email LUM (765.423.2691 | firstname.lastname@example.org) or email the staff person directly.
Examples of possible topics and speakers are as follows:
- The Campaign for Hoosier Families, an alliance of faith-based organizations in support of Indiana’s children and families. (Susan Brouillette, email@example.com)
- The LUM Partnership: Touching the Future by Helping Children & Families Today AND Childhood Poverty in Greater Lafayette: Cause for Alarm, Opportunities to Serve (Joe Micon, firstname.lastname@example.org)
- The Faces of Poverty: Who are the Poor & Why? AND Women & Children in Poverty (Clarinda Crawford, email@example.com)
- Homelessness: Reality and Myth (Gina Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org)