Patrick Sablich serves as Vice President and senior philanthropic specialist for Wells Fargo Philanthropic Services within The Private Bank. Wells Fargo Philanthropic Services helps charitable individuals, families, and nonprofit organizations work by providing specialized advisory services.
Patrick partners with individuals and families to define and achieve their charitable objectives as part of their overall wealth plans. This includes: gift and tax planning, multi-generational planning, estate planning, and the creation and management of donor advised funds, private foundations, charitable trusts, and impact investing. He works extensively with nonprofit organizations advising in gift planning, endowment management, and board governance. Patrick collaborates with his clients and their other advisors to leverage their resources and maximize the transformative power of philanthropy.
Prior to joining Wells Fargo, Patrick was the Vice President of Philanthropic Services at Rose Community Foundation, one of the largest community foundations in Colorado where he led the Foundation’s donor services, asset development and fundraising efforts. Prior to his work at the Foundation, Patrick held leadership positions in the philanthropic sector for 15 years.
Patrick graduated cum laude and earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of Dayton with a concentration in public affairs and minors in business administration and entrepreneurial business. He is an alumni of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce Impact Denver and Leadership Denver, the Regional Institute of Health & Environmental Leadership and the U.S Golf Association Fellowship in Leadership and Service programs. Patrick is an active member of the community and has served in a leadership position on several nonprofit boards of directors.
Patrick grew up in the Midwest and recently relocated from Denver to St. Louis with his wife and two young boys.