(YORK, PA, October 25, 2021) – The York County Community Foundation (YCCF) is pleased to welcome a new member to its team.
Anne Ross Knoeller joins YCCF as the new Development Administrator. Her expertise in administering a national donor-advised fund and success in conducting non-profit research demonstrated a proven track record in building and sustaining strong relationships with a donor base.
In her new position at YCCF, Anne will provide administrative support to the Vice President of Development and Gift Planning Officer by responding to donor and prospect inquiries, assisting with navigation of YCCF’s online donor system, and will prepare donor and fund materials. Other responsibilities will include assisting with outreach activities to the legal, tax and financial planning advisor community, assuring that the Foundation is positioned to effectively steward permanent plans.
“Anne comes to us with a wealth of experience from the Baltimore Community Foundation and also with T. Rowe Price Charitable. Anne is a hard worker, is pleasant to work with, detail-oriented and has experience with database transitions,” shared Mary Kay Bernosky, Vice President of Development at YCCF.
Anne attended Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA., and worked as the Grants and Scholarships Administrator at the Baltimore Community Foundation from 1996-2014.
For the past seven years, Anne was employed by T. Rowe Price/T. Rowe Price Charitable, in Baltimore, Md. where she served as the Donor Relations Administrator. Her role involved managing the donor-advised grant process, working with donors to establish donor-advised accounts, maintaining the T. Rowe Price Charitable software database, and collaborating with other departments to verify donor contributions were processed and acknowledged in a timely manner.
York County Community Foundation creates a vibrant York County by engaging donors, providing community leadership, and investing in high-impact initiatives while building endowment for future generations. York County Community Foundation holds more than 600 endowed funds and assists donors and nonprofits in reaching their charitable goals. The Community Foundation granted $6.9 million in 2020 throughout York County and beyond, and stewards approximately $178 million in assets.