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2019 Patrick J. Ryan Main Event

The 5th Annual Patrick J. Ryan Main Event was held on Friday February 1, 2019 at Drury Lane in Oak Brook Terrace. Proceeds benefit the children's counseling services provided by the Loving Outreach to Survivors of Suicide (LOSS) program. LOSS was created to serve anyone who has endured the loss of a loved one to suicide. 

For more information, please contact Rose Marie Lesniak-Mendez, Special Events Manager, at (312) 655-7290 or at RMLesniakMendez@catholiccharities.net.
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2019 Patrick J. Ryan Main Event
Drury Lane, Oak Brook

The Patrick J. Ryan Main Event was established by former Illinois Attorney General Jim Ryan and his wife Marie and their family in memory of their son Patrick who died of suicide in 2007. Proceeds support a program created for children and youth who have endured the loss of a loved one to suicide, established at Catholic Charities through the Loving Outreach to Survivors of Suicide (LOSS) Program.

Thanks to your generous support, the 2019 event raised nearly $175,000 for this important program!

To see pictures from the event, click here.


For more information, contact Rose Marie Lesniak-Mendez, Special Events Manager, at 312-655-7290 or rmlesniakmendez@catholiccharities.net.

THE LOSS PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH

The mission of the LOSS Program for Children and Youth is to guide and support young survivors of suicide through the grief recovery process. The program will provide individual, family and group counseling for children and youth, as well as consultation for caregivers and key family members.

If you or someone you know could benefit from learning more about our LOSS Program for Children and Youth, please contact Deborah Major, Department Director, at 312-655-7285 or dmajor@catholiccharities.net.

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