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TCF Welcomes Joe Staley as New Regional Charitable Giving Officer, Coachella Valley

Joe StaleyMichelle Decker, President and CEO of The Community Foundation, has appointed Joe Staley, Jr. to represent the Foundation in the Coachella Valley as Regional Charitable Giving Officer.

“We’re thrilled to have Joe join the staff of The Community Foundation,” said Decker. “We are confident that his experience and skills will help strengthen the Foundation’s presence in the desert.”

Working from the Foundation’s Palm Desert office, Joe’s responsibilities will be to lead the Foundation’s asset development activities, cultivate donor relationships and provide donor services in the Coachella Valley.

Joe has served as a fundraising executive in the nonprofit sector spanning 15 years—most recently as the Development Director of The Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences in Georgia. At The Hambidge Center, he was responsible for expanding their Distinguished Fellowship program, creating a success soiree model to fund special projects and increasing multi-tiered support for their three most important fundraising events of the year. Prior to The Hambidge Center, Joe worked for an environmental nonprofit called Trees Atlanta for over 11 years. There, he was instrumental in the expansion of the organization, helping Trees Atlanta relocate to a multi-million dollar, state-of-the-art facility.

“I am delighted and honored to be joining the dynamic Community Foundation team,” said Joe. “Now that we have made Palm Springs our new home, I look forward to partnering with individuals and organizations dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of residents of the Coachella Valley.”