Greetings and blessings to you and your family as the Church rejoices in the beauty of the Easter Season while we patiently await the return of warmer weather and Spring!
As we continue to change lives through the gift of education at Futures in Education, let me again thank you, the supporters of this organization, for making it all possible. Since 1989, Futures in Education has been focused on one goal: ensuring that no child is denied a Catholic school education because of the inability to afford tuition.
Your generosity has made it possible for thousands of children from challenging economic backgrounds to realize their fullest potential by obtaining a quality education, which is the key to lifelong success in their chosen professions. In addition to those students who have directly benefited from Futures in Education’s scholarship assistance, countless other individuals have been positively touched by the programs of Futures in Education. The impact of your contributions have lasting effects on others from the parents and caregivers of our students, to the children of our first scholarship awardees who are not even aware of the difference Futures in Education has had on their life through their parents’ success.
Although each year, with your help, Futures in Education finds ways to assist more students, our mission is the same as it was the day we began, as each year, more children are brought to us seeking our help. In this season of growth and bloom, I ask you to continue your commitment to cultivating the minds of all our children so that they, too, can flower to their fullest potential. I also take this opportunity to thank you who generously offer your time, talents and treasures and support the children in the Catholic schools of Brooklyn and Queens through Futures in Education.
If you have already supported Futures in Education, I thank you for your generosity. If you have yet to do so, I hope this serves as a simple reminder to by going to www.FuturesinEducation.org or by calling 718-965-7308. Together, may we thank the Lord for the strength to continue our commitment of generosity and love to the children of Brooklyn and Queens.
I once again thank you and please know that you will be remembered in my prayers – please remember me in yours!
In Christ’s Peace,
Rev. Monsignor Jamie J. Gigantiello
Vicar for Development
R.C. Diocese of Brooklyn