Vice President for Advancement
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David M. Huffine, CFRE, has served St. Joseph’s Villa since 2008 as VP for Financial Development and subsequently VP for Advancement. Huffine leads the Advancement team in raising $3 million annually for Villa programs, building public awareness through marketing communications, and engaging volunteer and community resources to advance the Villa’s mission. He provided leadership in the successful completion (2012) of the Believing Is Seeing Capital Campaign, the first campaign in Villa history, that brought more than $10.7 million in capital gifts and grants to redevelop the Villa’s campus.
Before joining the Villa, Huffine served in fundraising roles at Union Presbyterian Seminary, NC State University, UNC-Greensboro, St. Andrews College and Peace College. Huffine received his undergraduate degree from UNCG, and graduate work at NC State. He has been a Certified Fund Raising Executive since 1993. Huffine has served as president, treasurer and other leadership roles in the Association of Fundraising Professionals (NC Triangle and Central VA chapters) and the Virginia Association of Fundraising Executives. He currently serves on the advisory board of the Institute on Philanthropy at the University of Richmond and the board of directors of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. In 2014, VAFRE named Huffine as the Nina Abady Awardee for excellence in the field of development. In 2015, the Association of Fundraising Professionals recognized Huffine with the Outstanding Fundraising Professional Award for effective, creative and stimulating leadership as well as the practice and promotion of ethical fundraising. He was honored with the Alumni Distinguished Service Award from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 2016.
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