The Delaware Community Foundation (DCF) today welcomes Chris Chapdelaine as Donor Services Coordinator.
The Donor Services Coordinator is a key member of the Philanthropic Services Team providing the highest level of service and support to advance the philanthropic goals of our donors. In this role, Chapdelaine will be the frontline contact for donors, ensuring their needs are considered across all Foundation initiatives and projects. This role is dedicated to growing the assets of the DCF in order to increase the impact of philanthropy in Delaware.
Chapdelaine most recently held the role of development director for the Del-Mar-Va Council of the Boy Scouts of America, and previously worked with the Tri-State Bird Rescue & Research in various development positions. He earned his bachelor’s degree in English and creative writing from University of Delaware and has earned an Eagle Scout designation.
“My passion for building community has led me to the nonprofit world, where I have spent my career building relationships and helping people become philanthropists. I’m excited to continue my work improving Delaware’s communities with DCF,” Chapdelaine said.
“The DCF is going through an exciting growth period, and Chris will undoubtedly help us strengthen our service to donors throughout the state,” DCF President & CEO Stuart Comstock-Gay said.