The Salvation Army National Capital & Virginia Division welcomes Patrick F. McAuliffe, Jr.

The Salvation Army National Capital & Virginia Division welcomes Patrick F. McAuliffe, Jr. as the new Divisional Director of Planned Giving (Legacy and Estate Planning). McAuliffe will be responsible for engaging The Salvation Army’s donors in planned and deferred gifts, with responsibility for identifying prospects, designing and implementing gift planned strategy, providing guidance in gift structures that achieve donor’s goals and stewardship of donors with deferred gift commitments and lead the marketing program for the gift planning team throughout Virginia and the National Capital area.

Just prior to joining the staff at The Salvation Army, McAuliffe was director of gift planning at Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Maryland. While there, he developed and grew the Legacy program by over 230% in five years, consistently securing more than 20 planned gifts per year.

McAuliffe completed his MBA in Marketing at Mount St. Mary’s, where he earned a B.S. in business and finance.

“Pat brings a wealth of knowledge and a successful track record in planned giving to our Division,” said Lt. Colonel Mark Israel, Divisional Commander, The Salvation Army National Capital & Virginia Division. “In his past positions 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.”