The Bright Futures Fund is expanding to allow more Kansas City-area families to keep their children in parochial schools through the 12th grade. “We are on the front lines of poverty here,” said Jeremy Lillig, managing director of Bright Futures.
The Bright Futures Fund is expanding to allow more Kansas City-area families to keep their children in parochial schools through the 12th grade. “We are on the front lines of poverty here,” said Jeremy Lillig, managing director of Bright Futures. File photo by John Mutrux Special to The Star
The Bright Futures Fund is expanding to allow more Kansas City-area families to keep their children in parochial schools through the 12th grade. “We are on the front lines of poverty here,” said Jeremy Lillig, managing director of Bright Futures. File photo by John Mutrux Special to The Star