Christian Brothers Services supports local charitable organizations

Romeoville, Ill., December 20, 2019 - Christian Brothers Services (CBS) and its employees came together to spread a little goodwill and support their local communities over this holiday season.

From raising funds through company bake sales and sponsored events to collecting donations for food, coat and toy drives, CBS employees contributed to a variety of organizations throughout Will County.

“It is the Lasallian way of the Christian Brothers to respond to those in need and it is uplifting to see our employees, time and time again, rally together and recognize the importance of supporting the area in which they work,” said CBS president and CEO, Brother Michael Quirk, FSC, Ed.D. “The work of these local agencies is inspiring and we are thankful to be a small part of their endeavors, and encourage others to lend their support as well.”

CBS adopted two families for the Stars of Hope program organized by the Morning Star Mission in Joliet, Illinois, fulfilling more than 150 gifts on both their needs and wish lists. The program provides gifts to hundreds of families and individuals. Each holiday season, they provide 12,000 Christmas gifts to more than 500 families in need.

Catholic Charities is always in great need of winter clothing. With a month-long coat drive, CBS employees collected numerous bags of donations and more than $2,000 in monetary donations. 

With its mission for no man, woman or child to go hungry, the Harvest Saturday food drive held in Romeoville also received nearly $1,500 in monetary donations and more than 20 boxes of food from CBS employees.

The company and its employees remain motivated to continue its support throughout the coming New Year.



About Christian Brothers Services
Founded in 1960 and headquartered in Romeoville, Illinois, Christian Brothers Services is a nonprofit, Catholic organization that administers cooperative programs in the areas of health, retirement, property/casualty, and technology as well as financial, administrative and Catholic school consulting to church congregations, organizations and dioceses internationally.

About Catholic School Management
Founded in 1973, NCEA Financial Consulting Services focused exclusively on finance and development consulting services for Catholic school and diocesan administrators. In 1979 demand for a broader scope of services resulted in the creation of Catholic School Management (CSM). In 2014, Christian Brothers Services acquired CSM's growing operations, making CBS the national leader in consultative guidance for Catholic schools. CSM's team of experts represents more than 500 years of experience in the education field with a focus on strategy, planning and leadership.

About BMT
Founded in 1972 and headquartered in Tarrytown, New York, Brenner, McDonagh & Tortolani, Inc., BMT Management and Financial Consultants was acquired by Christian Brothers Services in 2017. Providing premier consulting services to 280 religious institutes and many sponsored ministries in need of assistance, BMT offers the management of daily operations, including accounting and financial management, benefits eligibility management, human resources, investment consulting and real estate planning and sustainability studies.