July 19: Schwab Charitable, Nonprofit Finance Fund, Avectra, and more.

Schwab Charitable reported contributions from donors grew 92 percent to over $925 million in fiscal year ended June 30, while its grants to charities grew 21 percent to just under $435 million, and assets under management grew 30 percent to $2.4 billion.

Miles Wilson, former executive vice president, People’s Emergency Center, Philadelphia, named program director for Philadelphia, Nonprofit Finance Fund.

Tammy Larson, formerly with Dedicated Micros and Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development, named vice president of customer support, Avectra, provider of web-based association management software.

Scott Campbell, former national vice president of research programs, American Diabetes Association, named executive director and CEO, Foundation for the National Institutes of Health.

Marie Groark, senior program officer for education, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, named executive director, The Get Schooled Foundation, New York.

The American Way to Change: How National Service & Volunteers Are Tranforming America, by Shirley Sagawa, published by Jossey-Bass.

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