St. Patrick Center Operating Revenue & Expenses for Fiscal Year 2019*

In fiscal year 2019, 86% of funds raised by St. Patrick Center directly supported client programs and services, while administrative and fundraising costs were 14%.

Revenue: $15,018, 806
Government funding: 56%
Contributions and fundraising events: 28%
Fees and services: 6%
Contributed goods and services: 4%
Other: 6%

Expenses: $15,017,683
Program Services: 86%
Administration and Fundraising: 14%

Due to new accounting standards issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), codification changes within functional expenses require nonprofits to be more specific as to what expenses are allocated to administration and fundraising. Agency operational spending on both programs and administration has not changed in the current period. The method of calculation has changed. At time of publication, statements were unaudited.

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View the St. Patrick Center Form 990 for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2018

View the St. Patrick Center Form 990 for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2017


*Statements are unaudited.

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Edith Cunnane

Visionary, philanthropist, advocate, realist, idealist, miracle worker & dedicated leader. In the early 1980s on a bitterly cold day, Edith Cunnane, a social worker, asked a group of people why they were outside. In partnership with the Archdiocese of St. Louis, Catholic Charities of St. Louis and Monsignor Robert Slattery, Edith founded St. Patrick Center in 1983 inside the former St. Patrick School at 6th and Biddle Streets.

For the next ten years, she served as the Center’s first Executive Director, working tirelessly to increase services to the most vulnerable people. Under Edith’s direction, St. Patrick Center opened the Shamrock Club, the nation’s first day treatment program for mentally ill homeless people. The Casserole program and McMurphy’s Grill were also launched under her tutelage. Programs expanded to include housing assistance, employment services and life skills training.

We salute Edith Cunnane for her commitment, dedication and service to St. Patrick Center. Her leadership created a haven and resource for the most underserved and nearly forgotten people in our community – the homeless.


St. Patrick Center is building permanent, positive change one life at a time. Each client is important; each donor is valued, each dollar is vital to our ability to help people change their lives. Donate Today


More than 3,400 St. Patrick Center volunteers each year donate 40,011 hours sorting donations, working fundraising events, serving lunch, making casseroles and more. View Volunteering Opportunities


We have a variety of events throughout the year, from fundraisers to client events, community support and young friends. See All Events