DCF Welcomes Cassie DiSabatino as Donor Services Coordinator
The Delaware Community Foundation (DCF) is excited to welcome Cassie DiSabatino as its donor services coordinator.
In her new role, DiSabatino will join the donor services team to help grow the assets of the DCF to increase the philanthropic impact of Delaware’s generous donors. She will be the frontline contact for DCF fundholders and support the philanthropic services team engagement of our key donors and stakeholders through stewardship and philanthropic support.
DiSabatino comes to the DCF from St. Mary Magdalen School where she served as the advancement director. She directed and managed the school’s admissions and fundraising programs to increase student recruitment, enrollment, and retention as well as drove financial investment in the school’s annual fund.
DiSabatino has also worked at the Parent Information Center of Delaware, Habitat for Humanity of New Castle County and The Choice Program in Baltimore.
“Cassie is a great addition to the philanthropic services team,” said Joanne McGeoch, DCF vice president for philanthropy. “She brings tremendous experience in fundraising and donor stewardship that will enhance the philanthropic work of the DCF.”
DiSabatino earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan as well as a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Delaware. She enjoys cheering for the Michigan Wolverines during college football Saturdays and spectating and participating in running events. She currently lives in Wilmington with her husband and children.
“I’m excited to begin working with the DCF,” DiSabatino said. “I’ve seen from afar what the DCF has accomplished, and I hope to contribute to the great work of the organization.”