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TOny DI SPIGNO (Advisor)

Tony Di Spigno brings more than 30 years of experience in fundraising, tactical and strategic planning, systems analysis, and board and partnership development to Focal Point Philanthropy Advisors. Tony has raised more than $1 billion in philanthropic support over his career.

 

Most recently, Tony spent 11 years as senior vice president of Resource Development Group for Enterprise Community Partners, where he led national fundraising efforts in support of Enterprise’s mission to end housing insecurity in the United States. Tony built a team and support operations that saw fundraising grow from $12 million to $53 million raised annually during his tenure.

Before joining Enterprise in 2010, Tony was chief advancement officer for Outward Bound USA, where he created national fundraising strategies and was responsible for reversing a downward trend in fundraising despite a particularly challenging financial market. 

 

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Prior to that, he was national vice president for resource development for the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, where he led a highly successful fundraising team. As senior vice president for resource development for Habitat for Humanity International, Tony built a brand new team that successfully grew fundraising efforts to new levels. 

 

He has also served as vice president for university relations at the University of Portland in Oregon and as executive director of Community Counseling Service Co., in New York City.​

 

Tony received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Notre Dame and a Master of Education in business policy from the University of Portland.

Tony and Scott bring deep and complementary experience to Focal Point clients. They previously served in leadership roles together at high-performing nonprofits including Habitat for Humanity International and Enterprise Community Partners.

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