Friends of the Club - Young Professionals Group

Jeremiah Milbank Society


jeremiah-milbankJeremiah Milbank was a remarkable person and lifelong volunteer who gave generously to his firm belief in the Boys & Girls Club program. It is through his legacy that Boys & Girls Clubs of America has created The Jeremiah Milbank Society as a way to pay tribute to local Club donors on a national level.

The society was created to inspire and recognize higher level unrestricted giving from individuals within local Clubs. Each member of the society has given a minimum of $10,000 to their local Boys & Girls Club organization. Through their leadership and generosity, Jeremiah Milbank Society members have helped to assure that every child who attends the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis is provided with hope and opportunity, as safe place to learn and grow, and a relationship with an adult who can help positively impact their life.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis are honored to have Jeremiah Milbank Society members, who support the work that goes on at our Clubs. We thank them so much for their belief in what we do and their dedication to serving the youth of their community.

The Amberg Society


The Amberg Society of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis recognizes and celebrates donors who give over $1,000 annually. Richard Amberg, then publisher of the St. Louis Globe Democrat, founded the Herbert Hoover Boys Club in 1967 as a 501c3 organization. Through the generosity of these donors the Club is able to carry our mission, values and vision forward. Amberg Society donors are investing in the future of thousands of St. Louis kids.

Each year, BGCSTL recognizes and honors the distinguished members of the Amberg Society through its annual recognition event. Additionally, members are invited throughout the year to special functions, including our annual Night at the Ballpark, All That Jazz annual gala, Jim Butler Golf Tournament and Table for Four luncheon.

For more information about the Jeremiah Milbank Society or the Amberg Society, please contact Flint Fowler at 314-335-8001 or flint@bgcstl.org.

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