It is humbling to be able to play a part in an organization’s dream for their future and to share in the impact they will make on the communities they serve.

Luke Driscoll has spent three decades at CCS Fundraising and works with clients mostly across the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions of the U.S. He has worked in every sector of philanthropy with organizations across the country, as well as the UK and Bermuda. Luke oversees the CCS offices in Washington, DC while serving a myriad of client engagements.

The inquisitive nature that drew Luke to CCS still keeps him just as engaged and excited about his work today. Although he has significant experience in the faith-based, human services, and association sectors, Luke enjoys the variety of clients the firm serves. “On any day, I could be working with museum staff, engineers, physicians, clergy, or school parents,” he shares. “There aren’t many jobs where people can essentially ‘change channels’ and be in several different environments in the same day. That is one of the many reasons that make working at CCS so special.”

The people that Luke serves alongside every day inspire him to promote philanthropy and make a difference in communities across the country. In addition to his work at CCS, Luke is involved is many other related volunteer activities serving as a board member, mentor, and class agent.

select client partners

  • American College of Cardiology, Washington, DC
  • Audubon Florida, Tallahassee, FL
  • Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA
  • Diocese of Charleston, Charleston, SC
  • Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina, Raleigh, NC
  • Landscape Architecture Foundation, Washington, DC

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