Volunteer in Aspen, Colorado
Patrick Christensen grew up in WI and later moved to Mankato, Minnesota. While growing up, he enjoyed building things such as tree houses and forts. Later on, he used these skills to start building furniture and even houses and retail stores.
Professionally, Patrick Christensen is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers. He has worked as an Estimator for a construction company.
Before establishing his professional career, Patrick Christensen earned two Bachelor of Science degrees. He completed two degrees in Business Administration at Minnesota State University, Mankato: one with an emphasis on Marketing and the other with an emphasis on Construction Management.
Outside of his professional life, Patrick Christensen enjoys giving back to the community and supporting a vast number of charities and organizations. He has supported numerous military charities including:
-The Fisher House Foundation
-The Disabled American Veterans Charitable Service Trust
-Homes for Our Troops
-National Military Family Association
Patrick Christensen wanted to accomplish something respectable for the mankind. Individuals come and leave this world yet there are not very many people who live for others, who contribute towards the improvement of the general public. Our conduct mirrors our aims; even the demonstration of smiling is viewed as a philanthropy in numerous religions. Altruism is a standout amongst the most central components of equitable States. It signifies "giving of one's assets, time, voice or cash, to a cause seen as useful for the more noteworthy group great." According to Patrick Christensen it's about helping other people with no other motive than to be helpful. Patrick Christensen trusts that by helping other people we are helping ourselves.