Mary Sanchez

July 13, 2014 6:00 PM

Bright Futures Fund needs help to keep putting children through Catholic school

The Bright Futures Fund, led by managing director Jeremy Lillig, is expanding to allow more families to keep their children in Kansas City parochial schools through the 12th grade. That’s considered critical if families are ever to break the cycle of poverty.

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