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Rebekah Allison, CAP®

Assistant Vice President, Center for Personal Philanthropy, at Foundation For The Carolinas

Rebekah Allison serves as Vice President, Center for Personal Philanthropy, at Foundation For The Carolinas. In her role, Rebekah leads a team dedicated to business development and relationship management for the FFTC Center for Personal Philanthropy. During her 8.5 year tenure at FFTC, she has been committed to serving the needs of philanthropic individuals and families, assisting them with current giving strategies, legacy planning and grantmaking support.

In addition, Rebekah previously managed fundholder stewardship and engagement activities for the Centers for Giving, including leadership of annual client events and programs.

Rebekah is a graduate of N.C. State University and is a member of the UNC Charlotte MPA Public Management Academy Spring 2017 Class. She currently serves on the Board of Dahlia Grove in Charlotte, NC and is a member of the Community Investment Committee for Smart Start of Mecklenburg County. She obtained her CAP® designation in August of 2021, (Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy) certificate through the American College of Financial Services.


Community Foundation Spark Session: Guiding Donors on the How and Now of Philanthropy

Posted on January 12, 2023 by Rebekah Allison, CAP®, Ayanna Wakefield, Brennan Gould, Nicholas A. Tedesco, Tony Macklin

Compass guiding donors in philanthropy
Our communities face many complex and interconnected challenges. Most require us to confront racial, economic, and other inequities. We’re also living in an era of massive wealth creation and wealth transfer. More donors have the resources to meaningfully address those challenges. But the how and now of their philanthropy matters more than ever. Community foundations have an incredible opportunity—and perhaps… Read More