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Partner Spotlight: Libby in St. Louis

We're grateful for our partners across the country working to expand safe nightlife programming.


Meet our partner Libby in St. Louis, Missouri


Success:  The success I'm most excited about is building the workgroup here in St. Louis. We are so excited to work to serve these communities and make our home a safer place.


Challenge: The biggest challenge we face currently is name recognition. Inviting an outside agency in to do a training requires that restaurant and bar owners trust us, and building that trust is much easier when they've heard of the SAFE Bar Network before.


Fills My Cup: Self-care is huge for me, and it can look a lot of ways. Currently, I volunteer at a wildlife rehabilitation center on weekends which allows me to work with raccoons, possums, squirrels, foxes, and more. I love helping out all the different critters! I'm also a huge reader, and any library brings me joy!


Like what we’re doing? Be connected and stay updated with the SAFE Bar Network - join our mailing list, www.safebarnetwork.org/signup


Curious about us? Join us at a SAFE Night Out session where you’ll connect with others and learn the magic behind a safe night out. Trust us, it’s fun. Sign up here, tinyurl.com/safenightout


Join the team. All you have to do is share about the SAFE Bar Network with venue leaders you know. Learn more at safebarnetwork.org/join and safebarnetwork.org/bettertookit


You can even send their contact information our way and we’ll do the sharing for you, Help Us Grow Our Good.


Sharing is caring. If you have two minutes you can help us out by sharing our work on Instagram and LinkedIn.


Pass the hat. The SAFE Bar Network is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) and your tax-deductible donation goes directly to our work increasing safety at alcohol-serving venues, safebarnetwork.org/donatenow


For information, inspiration, and resources for a more vibrant nightlife, visit 24HourNation.


If you or someone you know has experienced harm there is help. Visit RAINN.org

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