St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital Foundation Young Professionals Committee
Members of St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital Foundation’s Young Professionals group ranging in age from 21-40 are committed to helping children and their families at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital.
Members of the SJCHF Young Professionals Committee are tasked with spearheading specific fundraising activities, coordinating volunteer projects, networking with other children’s healthcare conscious professionals, raising awareness of SJCHF work among their networks and the broader business community, and taking their leadership skills to new heights.
Through volunteering, networking, community leadership, and philanthropy, this group of Young Professionals helps provide support for St. Joe’s Kids, because every child deserves to be happy and healthy.
Why Should You Join?
- Learn about St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital and its impact on our community
- Network with other Young Professionals who are passionate about helping St. Joe’s Kids
- Participate in volunteer opportunities that impact the health and happiness for St. Joe’s Kids
- Become engaged as emerging leaders to better the community
Young Professionals Projects Include:
The Holiday Shop helps bring the gift of the holidays to families at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital. For parents who have children in the hospital during the holidays, it can be very overwhelming – both emotionally and financially. The Holiday Shop was created as a place where parents can come to a warm and festive surrounding, and do their toy shopping for their child who will be staying in the hospital during the holidays. Parents can pick out toys, books, stuffed animals, and other presents typically found in Santa’s sleigh. With the help of volunteers, these gifts are wrapped and delivered, making the holidays extra bright.
The Heroes Ball is an annual black-tie event to benefit St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital which attracts an audience of over 600 philanthropic community members. Guests enjoy an upscale and elegant evening to raise support for and awareness of the care available at St. Joseph’s for our families during some of life’s most important moments.
Young Professionals Committee Leadership Team:
Co-Chairs: Jessica Quaid and Christopher Brooker
Events Chair: Tiffany Ballas
Social Media Chair: Ryan Chamblee
Volunteer/Outreach Chair: Quint Bodine