Allison van Hee has joined the staff of FJC as Senior Manager for Lending & Fiscal Sponsorship, a new position. In her role, Ms. van Hee will grow FJC’s portfolio of borrowers and organizations seeking fiscal sponsorship by cultivating and maintaining strong relationships with industry partners.
A longtime nonprofit practitioner, Ms. van Hee comes to FJC from the Joint Ownership Entity NYC, a nonprofit asset management company that pooled the real estate portfolio of a dozen community development corporations, helping them achieve scale and efficiency. She held previous positions at the NYC Department of Housing Preservation & Development (HPD) and the Urban Homesteading Assistance Board (UHAB). She was also a co-founding partner of 3b Bed and Breakfast, a cooperatively owned boutique hotel and intentional community space in Brooklyn, NY.
FJC –A Foundation of Philanthropic Funds (FJC) is a boutique public charity that offers a diverse menu of philanthropic services to a range of stakeholders. With over $380 million under management, FJC applies its financial and operational expertise to support Donor Advised Funds (DAFs), fiscally sponsored organizations, and many other philanthropic vehicles that enable nonprofit organizations and their supporters to achieve their missions. Its Fiscal Sponsorship Program incubates nonprofit organizations and projects under its 501(c)(3) umbrella, collecting tax-deductible contributions and disbursing grants and vendor payments as needed. The program has disbursed over $80 million to over 400 organizations since inception.
A longtime innovator in impact investing, FJC allows donors the opportunity to invest a portion of their DAF accounts in loans to a diversified pool of nonprofit organizations. Since its inception in 1995, FJC has deployed over $364 million in loans to charities around the globe. Loans from FJC help nonprofits acquire properties, bridge public sector contract receivables, and launch new initiatives. In her role, Ms. van Hee will engage with prospective borrowers through all stages of the loan origination process, from preliminary conversation through closing.
“We are thrilled to welcome Allison to FJC,” said Sam Marks, Chief Executive Officer of FJC. “As an entrepreneur and nonprofit practitioner herself, Allison will build the trusted relationships in the field that will help us grow and diversify our nonprofit partners and maximize our impact.”
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