St. Patrick Center Young Friends Board

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St. Patrick Center Young Friends Board

Introduces young adults and professionals to St. Patrick Center, fostering an interest in
improving people’s lives. Young Friends support the mission of
St. Patrick Center through fundraising, volunteering and networking.

The group holds quarterly board meetings and hosts monthly happy hours or volunteer opportunities.

Leadership Team

Zack Folk
Chair

Erin Schulte
Secretary

Abby Matusiak
Event Chair

FUNDRAISING

St. Patrick Center Young Friends develop community events that directly raise funds to benefit people who are homeless or at-risk.

Irish Party
March 6, 2020
Our annual fundraiser is always an event to remember! Join us March 6 at Schlafly Tap Room starting at 7pm as the Young Friends raise awareness through fun games, music, raffles and unlimited Schlafly beer!

VOLUNTEERING

St. Patrick Center Young Friends support agency programs and community
initiatives through volunteerism.

· Prepare and serve meals for agency programs

· Assist with St. Patrick Center events

· Much more

NETWORKING

St. Patrick Center Young Friends work to recruit new members, create partnerships and grow the circle of support.

· Kegs for a Cause

· Young Professional Networking Fairs

· Community Events

Member Expectations
All board members are expected to attend and participate in quarterly board meetings. Members are expected to participate in the planning and execution of and/or attend our primary fundraising event, St. Patrick’s Irish Party. All board members are expected to attend or promote happy hours, volunteer opportunities, and other fundraising initiatives as well as create awareness about St. Patrick Center’s mission.

Become a Young Friend!

For more information contact St. Patrick Center’s Young Friends Liaison, Sarah Webb at swebb@stpatrickcenter.org or 314-802-0681.

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Left to right: Matthew Baisden, Christine Marino, Andrew Garcia, Kathryn Newcomb, Ashley Jones, Zack Folk, and Chelsea Reiter