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NEW YORK (October 2, 2023) – Urban Resource Institute (URI) is pleased to introduce Jenny Einhorn as its Senior Director of Development, Individual Giving. She joins the organization’s Development and External Affairs division and will report to Vicky Hernandez, Chief Development & Marketing Officer. Einhorn will be responsible for spearheading URI’s individual giving strategy, as well as the implementation of new donor acquisition strategies. Her timely appointment will support the organization as it celebrates the 10th anniversary of the People and Animals Living Safely (PALS) program that provides co-living and supportive housing services for survivors of gender-based violence.

Einhorn previously served as the Director of Development for the Sunrise Association, an international nonprofit dedicated to providing free summer day camp and in-hospital programming to pediatric cancer patients and their siblings.

Jenny‘s wealth of development expertise, and strategic fundraising lens, combined with her compassionate approach to fundraising is a welcome addition to our team,” said Hernandez. “Our donors’ and supporters’ partnerships play a critical role in our ability to evolve the method by which we provide comprehensive support for survivors, and we are grateful to have someone on board who can provide that bridge of communication in a meaningful way.”

With more than 15 years of experience, Einhorn has previously led high-level development campaigns among individual, institutional, and corporate donors throughout New York City and Westchester County. She has also previously held senior fundraising positions at MS Management Consulting and the North Shore Land Alliance.

Einhorn received her B.A. from New York University and an M.S. in Journalism from Columbia University.

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About Urban Resource Institute (URI): 

Urban Resource Institute (URI) transforms the lives of domestic violence survivors and homeless families by empowering individuals, families, and communities, particularly communities of color and other vulnerable populations, to end cycles of domestic violence, homelessness, poverty, and trauma by increasing safety and resiliency. As the largest provider of domestic violence shelter services in the US and a leading provider of homeless services, URI’s programs impact more than 40,000 individuals annually through prevention, intervention, education, and direct services in both residential and non-residential settings in New York. URI is recognized as a thought-leader with influence across the U.S. and beyond. For more information, visit www.urinyc.org or follow on FacebookInstagramLinkedIn, and Twitter.

If you or someone you know needs immediate assistance, call NYC’s 24-hour Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-621-HOPE or the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE