Resource Friends help our community be healthy and thrive, by providing expert support in areas of need in our monthly meetings and on the yearly meeting level. They are the Friends who have a diverse variety of gifts and tremendous knowledge base from which the community may benefit.
Examples of some concerns that may require Resource Friends include, but are not limited to: religious education, fundraising, community organizing, addressing racism, financial management, facilitation, conflict resolution, the law, pastoral care, healing and wellness, and non-violent direct action.
Resource Friends are in the care of the Quaker Life Council. The primary staff contact is the Associate Secretary for Program & Religious Life.