Children’s Cancer Partners of the Carolinas Welcomes two Directors of Advancement

Children’s Cancer Partners of the Carolinas is delighted to announce the addition of two highly experienced professionals to its team. Allison Brouillette and Dan Daniel will join CCP as Directors of Advancement in early December, bringing a wealth of expertise to further the organization’s mission.

Allison Brouillette, previously serving as the Director of Philanthropy at the Infectious Diseases Society of America Foundation, has an impressive background in fundraising and development. Her extensive experience as a major gift officer, annual fund officer, and director in various health organizations and societies makes her a valuable asset to CCP. Allison will primarily focus on Western North Carolina and parts of South Carolina, where she aims to drive philanthropic efforts and strengthen community support for children battling cancer.

Dan Daniel, most recently the Chief Development Officer for Good Shepherd Center, joins CCP with a distinguished career in development and communications. His experience cultivating corporate, foundation, and individual support for nonprofits located in Raleigh, Charleston, and Wilmington has equipped him with the skills and networks needed to make a meaningful impact. Dan will lead development efforts on the coastal sides of the Carolinas, contributing to CCP’s mission to provide essential resources and support to families facing pediatric cancer.

“We are thrilled to welcome Allison and Dan to Children’s Cancer Partners,” CCP Executive Director Laura Allen said. “Their combined experience and dedication to philanthropy will allow us to share our mission and its impact even further. We can’t wait to see our partnerships with folks in North and South Carolina continue to grow, allowing us to help save even more children’s lives by providing access to care they might not be able to get otherwise.”

Allison and Dan will represent a significant step forward for CCP, allowing the organization to delve even deeper into the Carolinas. Their vision and passion for making a difference align seamlessly with CCP’s mission to ensure that no family faces childhood cancer alone.