Greg Tuck, CFRE to Lead Development Operations for The Salvation Army National Capital & Virginia Division.
The Salvation Army National Capital & Virginia Division welcomes Greg Tuck, CFRE as the new Divisional Director of Development. Tuck will manage the day to day operations of the divisional development department and support Salvation Army field units in building their resource development operations throughout Virginia and the National Capital area.
Just prior to coming to D.C., Tuck was the executive director at Star Lake Camp and Conference Center, a premier Salvation Army facility in Bloomingdale, New Jersey. While there, Tuck provided leadership of the operations, including a $5 million capital improvement plan for the camp. Tuck also oversaw the development and construction of the $3.5 million Chapel at Worthington Woods that serves as a church home and community center for the north side of Columbus, Ohio. Tuck has a strong background in nonprofit management as well as deep family ties to The Salvation Army with parents who served as officers in South Africa, England and Sri Lanka. His passion to help people and communities affected by poverty will be a driving force behind his work in this area.
“Greg brings a wealth of knowledge in the non-profit and fundraising arena to our Division,” said Lt. Colonel Mark Israel, Divisional Commander, The Salvation Army National Capital & Virginia Division. “In his past service to The Salvation Army he has demonstrated expertise in building relationships and partnerships. He will be a great asset to our Division as we grow programs to serve those in need in God’s name.”