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The Boys and Girls Club of Buffalo welcomes Tim Brennan

BY: Metro Source Staff | November 08, 2012

BUFFALO - The Boys and Girls Club of Buffalo is proud to announce that Tim Brennan has been named to a newly created position as Chief Development Officer.

Brennan has a long tenure in the Western New York area cultivating relationships, driving operational and revenue growth, maintaining mission focus and achieving exceptional and consistent fund-raising growth. He joins with more than 25 years of experience serving as Vice President of Marketing at the Center for Hospice and Palliative Care and Vice President of Institutional Advancement at D’Youville College. Brennan also possess a Master of Business Administration from the State University of New York College at Buffalo.

“We are delighted to have Time join us as we continue to develop programs that serve the growing needs of the greater Buffalo area residents,” said Diane Rowe, chief professional officer of Boys and Girls Clubs of Buffalo. “His knowledge and depth of experience will be a valuable asset for BGCB and the entire region.” Brennan’s new position will consist of developing and implementing a comprehensive fund-raising strategic plan that includes annual giving, major and planned giving, grants development, alumni relations, government relations and event management.

“I am very excited to join the Boys and Girls Clubs of Buffalo and help build upon the successes that Diane and her staff have achieved,” Brennan said. “There are significant challenges in the not for profit sector today, but also many opportunities to make a positive impact on the stability and growth of our community.”

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