THOUGHT·FUL

adjective\ˈtht-fəl\

: serious and quiet because you are thinking: done or made after careful thinking   : done or made after careful thinking: showing concern for the needs or : showing concern for the needs of feelings of other people

In his 25 years as a fundraiser, H. Aldervan Daly has assisted non-profits, in New York, Washington, DC, and Atlanta, to meet their fundraising goals. He serves as an Adjunct Professor at NYU’s Heyman Center in the Professional Studies Division where he teaches courses that combine his love of technology and fundraising.

He presently serves as the Director of Advancement for the Police Athletic League in New York City.  In that role he manges a staff of five who oversee Individual Giving, Corporate Giving, Planned Giving, Volunteer Services and Marketing. Previously, Aldervan served as the Associate Director of Development for the New York Foundling. He has also worked with the Bowery Residents Committee, The Partnership for New York and Arts Connection, the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, Momentum Project, and the New York City Administration for Child Welfare.

Aldervan has an MFA specializing in Development and Marketing from Virginia Tech and a BA from Rhodes College. He served six years on the Board of the New York Chapter of AFP.

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