The St. Louis Scottish Games Corporation

The St. Louis Scottish Games is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization founded in 2000 and incorporated in the State of Missouri.

The purposes of SLSG are educational, cultural, charitable, and philanthropic. The organizational objectives are to foster and encourage open exchange of cultural, educational, and recreational concepts and pursuits between those with an interest in the culture and heritage of Scotland and others in the Greater St. Louis area.

The SLSG organization shall plan, develop, and operate Scottish Games, Festivals, and cultural events in the Greater St. Louis area.

Beneficiaries

The beneficiaries of the St. Louis Scottish Games are typically selected from local organizations in need, with the number depending on net proceeds. For example, in past years, St Louis Scottish Games sponsored history and music concerts in several local school districts, provided free admission tickets to several local children's organizations, and made donations to several organizations including: the St Louis Firemen (used to purchase needed life-saving equipment), the Scottish American Military Society (Veterans), the Scottish St Andrew Society of Greater St Louis, The World Bird Sanctuary, and the St Louis BackStoppers (First responder family assistance).

The SLSG Board

Committee Chairs and Key Members

The SLSG operations are achieved through a series of Volunteer Committees. The following people are the Chairs of the Committees or key members for the respective areas. If you would like to work on a particular Committee, or just find out more about what is involved, then either contact the SLSG or the Chair using the information below.