For forty years, the McMan Youth, Family and Community Services Association has been reaching out to vulenerable people and families to offer programs and hope. By providing education, respect and empathy, their clients have improved and repaired their own lives. In some cases, those families end up helping others as well. On October 11, the McMan Association will hold it's Fall Luncheon fundraiser. The goal is the raise funds and awareness for future programs. Charity Redgun is one of the people who's been helped by McMan and Tenchoe Dorgee is their fund development officer. They both spoke with Russell.