South Region To Host 'Compassion in Action' Dinner
Tuesday, February 07, 2017 by Communications

On Saturday, February 18, from 6 to 9:30 p.m., Catholic Charities South Suburban Region is hosting the 13th Annual Compassion in Action Dinner at Glenwoodie Golf Club. The night, which includes an award reception, silent auction, and prize raffles, benefits Catholic Charities Emergency Assistance programs in the South region.

More than 200 guests are expected to join the South Suburban Regional Advisory Board and Chairperson Linda C. Abbott to honor special individuals who assist Catholic Charities by making extra efforts to alleviate the distress of those less fortunate. Honorees for the evening are Mr. James Lungaro and The Ladies Guild of Saint Felicitas, for their dedicated generosity and support of Catholic Charities programs.

“Our Emergency Assistance programs are often the first point of contact for people in need,” said Christopher Torres, South Regional Services Director. “These critical programs provide food, clothing, emergency shelter, and financial assistance to those looking for help.” Catholic Charities Emergency Assistance programs also provide access and referrals to other Catholic Charities programs and services.

Gleenwoodie Golf Club is located at 19301 State St. in Glenwood. Reservations are $60 per person. Sponsorships are also available. For more information and to register, please visit www.catholiccharities.net/compassion or contact Christopher Torres, at cltorres@catholiccharities.net or (708) 430-0428.

Catholic Charities South Region serves the following communities: Burnham, Dixmoor, East Hazel Crest, Ford Heights, Lynwood, Markham, Phoenix, Sauk Village, South Chicago Heights, Calumet Park, Riverdale, Blue Island, Posen, Robbins, Dolton, Calumet City, South Holland, Lansing, Thornton, Glenwood, Chicago Heights, Park Forest, Richton Park, Matteson, Olympia Fields, Flossmoor, Homewood, Hazel Crest, Country Club Hills, and Harvey. 

For more information, please call (708) 333-8379.

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