Tag Archives: Jeremy Lillig

Stewardship head honored for nonprofit leadership

Jeremy Lillig, diocesan Director of Stewardship and Development, was awarded the Emerging Nonprofit Professional of the Year award during a luncheon May 16

School Bell Breakfast celebrates Catholic education in Bright Futures Fund

About 700 people gathered in the Grand Hall of Union Station the morning of April 19 to share breakfast and celebrate a decade of fundraising to make Catholic education available to those in need in the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph through the Bright Futures Fund.

Ninth annual School Bell Breakfast draws 800

The annual School Bell Breakfast, benefitting the diocesan Bright Futures Fund, began nine years ago with about 250 people attending.

Chiefs-Colts game a winner for KC and for Bright Futures Fund

BFF stands for many things in today’s parlance, but among the best is Bright Futures Fund,

School Bell Breakfast breaks records, brightens futures for students

For eight years, members of the Kansas City Catholic community — business and civic leaders, local philanthropists and nationally known educators, diocesan officers, priests, religious sisters, faculty, staff, students and parents of the schools benefited by the Bright Futures Fund …

New Stewardship and Development Director brims with ideas

Jeremy Lillig, formerly the Director of the Bright Futures Fund, accepted a new position within the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph last month.

New school will offer Catholic education to more students in the urban core

A new Catholic grade school will be opening this fall, a new grade school in the city’s central core.

Brighter futures through Catholic education

Waaay back in 1989, the Central City School Fund offered its first need-based scholarships to families of students in need at several diocesan Catholic schools.

Chiefs Watch Party benefits Bright Futures Fund

As familiar faces strode to the stage during the Chiefs Watch party Oct. 4 I found myself matching those faces to names of famous Kansas City Chiefs from my much, much younger days, and I wasn’t the only one.

As Catholics our compassion must trump discrimination

On October 13, 1881 the Lillig family arrived in New York City after a decade of mounting Prussian persecution of Catholics …

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May 25, 2018
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph