United Way of the Bay Area

United Way Welcomes Stuart Canning as Chief Development Officer

Posted on August 11, 2010, by United Way in Education Health

Stuart Canning has joined United Way of the Bay Area as chief development officer.

Stuart has more than 15 years of experience in resource development, working most recently as associate director of development, overseeing all individual giving programs with the San Francisco Symphony.

As United Way's chief development officer, Stuart oversees all fundraising and donor services, including the workplace campaigns that United Way conducts in more than 500 offices around the region. He will focus on engaging donors to support United Way's community-impact programs, which include SparkPoint Centers, Earn It! Keep It! Save It! and 211.

"Stuart brings strong record of leading high-performing fundraising campaigns; we are fortunate to have him join our team," said Anne Wilson, chief executive officer of United Way of the Bay Area. "Under Stuart's leadership, we will continue to engage donors in delivering powerful and relevant solutions that create pathways out of poverty for Bay Area families."

Read the press release about Stuart's appointment.

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