St. Louis Drupal Users Group (STLDUG)

Whether you're an experienced Drupalist, or you've just heard about Drupal from a friend, the STLDUG's monthly meetups aim to be a place where people from all backgrounds can come and learn more about various topics related to Drupal.

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$5 USD / month

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$100 USD / month

Top financial contributors

1

Drupal Association

$1k USD since Sep 2018

Budget

See how money openly circulates through St. Louis Drupal Users Group (STLDUG). All contributions and all expenses are published in our transparent public ledger. Learn who is donating, how much, where is that money going, submit expenses, get reimbursed and more!

2020 Donation to Drupal Association

by Jeff Geerling3/26/2020

-$500.00USD
Paid
Invoice #14969
donation

Meetup 2019-12 Subscription

by Jeff Geerling12/5/2019

-$98.94USD
Paid
Receipt #12130
web services

Meetup December 2018 Organizer Subscription

by Jeff Geerling12/7/2018

-$89.94USD
Paid
Unclassified #5999
web services

Today’s balance

$195.29 USD

Estimated annual budget

~ $0.00 USD

St. Louis Drupal Users Group (STLDUG) is all of us

Our contributors 6

Everyone who has supported St. Louis Drupal Users Group (STLDUG). Individuals and organizations that believe in –and take ownership of– our purpose.

Drupal Associ...
Financial Contributor

Total contributions

$1,140 USD

About

Whether you're an experienced Drupalist, or you've just heard about Drupal from a friend, the STLDUG's monthly meetups aim to be a place where people from all backgrounds can come and learn more about various topics related to Drupal (Module Development, Theming, Development Environments, etc), network with other Drupal professionals and hobbyists, and get support with various issues of their own. We usually start things of with introductions, followed by a presentation, and then Q&A/wrap up. Some bring a laptop, others bring pen & paper, but everyone typically comes with a desire to learn, help others learn, and help Drupal continue to grow.