America's Charities leadership transition announcement

To the America's Charities community,

​I am ​writing today to let you know of an important update in America's Charities' leadership. After six years of directing our organization, Steve Delfin has resigned as Chief Executive Officer. Jim Starr, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Business Development Officer, has assumed interim CEO responsibilities as we launch a nationwide search for a permanent CEO.

​Under Steve’s guidance, America's Charities has expanded its leadership position, bringing expertise and new ideas to the workplace giving community about trends in philanthropy and employee engagement. The Board of Directors of America's Charities expresses its appreciation to Steve for his contributions and dedication to the organization, and wishes him the best in his future endeavors.

In his second year with America's Charities, Jim ​Starr continues to lead innovations in donor engagement and strategic partnerships, applying his 25 years of related experience to the benefit of ​our charity members and our employer clients. Our focus will continue to be on our members, clients and partners. Jim and our talented staff will keep America’s Charities on a trajectory for growth and success,​with the full support of the​ Board of Directors. 

If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact me or Jim.

Marcia Bullard is Board Chair of America's Charities, which mobilizes the workforce to affect social change. We provide a wide range of fundraising solutions to help nonprofits expand their reach and diversify their revenue streams, and help employers maximize community impact and employee engagement through seamless integration of workplace giving, volunteering, social responsibility, and other philanthropic initiatives. Our 35+ years of experience combined with an accountable and transparent process has resulted in raising more than $650 million of sustainable funds for more than 10,000 nonprofits addressing a range of causes including education, human rights, hunger, poverty, research, animals, veterans, disaster relief and health services.