New stewardship director for Communitas

Communitas Supportive Care Society in Abbotsford has announced that Tom Balke will join the organization as stewardship director this month.

Tom Balke

Communitas Supportive Care Society has announced that Tom Balke will join the organization as stewardship director this month.

Balke has 20 years’ experience working with a variety of local and international mission-related organizations, providing fundraising leadership and development assistance.

He holds a master’s degree in communications and international development from McGill University, and is an active member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.

Communitas is a non-profit, faith-based social services agency in Abbotsford providing care in communities in Greater Vancouver, the Fraser Valley, North Vancouver Island and Okanagan.

Communitas provides support for individuals living and dealing with developmental disabilities, mental health challenges, FASD, acquired brain injuries, or complex care needs related to aging.

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