Nevada Community Foundation (NCF) is pleased to announce the appointment of its newest board member: Chris Mallory, Executive Director of the Raiders Foundation, who oversees the Raiders organization’s philanthropic initiatives throughout the Oakland and Southern Nevada communities.
“Nevada Community Foundation is fortunate to call Chris Mallory its newest board member,” said Duncan Lee, NCF Board Chair. “Chris knows well and understands the philanthropic landscape, and he has already done a wonderful job representing the Raiders within the Southern Nevada community – even before the team has officially arrived. We appreciate his expertise and his commitment to our community, and we look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship.”
Prior to joining the Raiders Foundation in September 2017, Mallory spent 14 years with the Phoenix Suns community relations department, most recently as the team’s Sr. Director of Community Relations and Player Development. While in Phoenix, he also served on the Fiesta Bowl Committee and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale Executive Committee. A native of Topeka, Kan., Mallory graduated from Pittsburgh State University in 2001 with a degree in Communications. He and his wife, Mandy, reside in Summerlin with their two children.
About Nevada Community Foundation: Nevada Community Foundation (NCF) was incorporated in 1989 with a $1 million initial gift. The organization’s mission is to steward donors’ charitable giving, now and for generations to come, and to provide leadership, vision and impactful community investment. In the last ten years, NCF has grown from $15 million in asset size to over $150 million. NCF currently serves more than 150 donors, with funds ranging from a few thousand dollars to tens of millions. Since the organization’s inception, NCF donors have given more than $97 million to causes they care about in Nevada and beyond.