Feb. 8: Dine to Donate in Webster Groves to benefit Parent Emergency Fund

Feb. 4, 2019

Webster's Inaugural Spirit Weekend Set for Feb. 8-9, Registration Open

Webster University Spirit Weekend will take place Feb. 8-9 replacing the Family Weekend portion of past Homecomings. The weekend is all about celebrating Webster spirit and tradition while bringing together Webster students, parents, siblings, faculty and staff.

Dine to Donate Feb. 8

On the evening of Friday, Feb. 8, all faculty and staff are invited to dine in the Webster Groves community at local establishments that have partnered with the Parent Association for Webster's Dine to Donate event. Visit any of these restaurants and mention you are there with Webster University’s Spirit Weekend, and up to 15 percent of your bill will be donated back to the Parent Emergency Fund.

Participating Dine to Donate establishments:

Parent Emergency Fund

The Parent Emergency Fund is especially designed to help undergraduate students who have experienced an unexpected hardship, like the death of a parent, a caregiver’s job loss or the effects of a natural disaster on a family. Through the Parent Emergency Fund, the Parent Council awards tuition assistance to undergraduate students in dire need.

Contact Billy Ratz, director of Parent Engagement, with any questions or visit webster.edu/spiritweekend.

Registration Information

Registration opened on Dec. 3, 2018. Learn more about the weekend and register for events at webster.edu/spiritweekend.

tags:  webster life, webster today, students, parents, athletics, community engagement,