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Your prayers and contributions support Jesuit ministries here in the US, and in 112 countries around the world; the training and formation of young Jesuits; and the care of elder Jesuits. If you’d like to learn more about how you can get involved, please contact Jesuit advancement staff in your area (see below).   

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The Advancement Staff of the Midwest Jesuits.

Advancement Staff

2050 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL 60614 | (800) 922-5327 | Fax (773) 975-2042

Howard Craig – Provincial Assistant for Advancement 
Eileen Fitzpatrick – Director of Advancement Programs 
Bill Burke –  Regional Director | Chicago, Cleveland 
Jeff Smart – Regional Director | Chicago 
Ann Greene – Advancement Associate 
Timothy Smith – Gift Administrator 

607 Sycamore St., Cincinnati, OH 45202 | (513) 751-6688 | fax (513) 723-0451

Mark Maxwell – Regional Director | Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Kentucky

c/o 2050 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL 60614 (800) 922-5327 | Fax (773) 975-2042

Rachel Brennan – Regional Director | Detroit, Cleveland
Nora Dabrowski – Regional Director | Detroit

3400 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53208 | (800) 537-3736 | Fax (414) 937-6954

Howard Craig – Provincial Assistant for Advancement
Betsy Johnson – Director of Advancement Programs
Al Bill – Regional Director | Twin Cities
Daniel O’Brien – Regional Director | Milwaukee
Nancy Kolar – Graphic Design Coordinator
Michelle Lindgren – Database Manager
Monika Sobierajski – Administrative Assistant
Barbara Tibbals – Advancement Assistant


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