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Jimmy Figueroa joins TrueCare
Apr 11, 2024

Jimmy Figueroa Appointed Donor Relations Manager

TrueCare is thrilled to grow its Philanthropy team and welcome Jimmy Figueroa as our Donor Relations Manager. Jimmy brings a wealth of experience in the nonprofit and community spheres to his new role. To elevate awareness about TrueCare’s comprehensive services, programs, and resources, Jimmy will help us drive fundraising initiatives, orchestrate donor campaigns, and cultivate community connections.

Jimmy previously served as Executive Director for Operation Hope North County, earning him the respect of local nonprofit and government leaders. During his tenure, he advocated for community members and ensured equitable access to essential services for our neighbors in need. A proud Oceanside native, he’s worked as a program manager for a regional community clinic. He also serves as co-chair for the North County Community Leadership Team with Live Well San Diego and has been a board member for the MiraCosta College Foundation since 2018. Currently, he’s a candidate for the Oceanside City Council in 2024.

Jimmy’s appointment underscores our commitment to broadening our reach and enhancing quality health care access for all. He will collaborate closely with Lance Evans, TrueCare’s Public Information and Philanthropy Officer. Lance has been spearheading TrueCare’s philanthropy department since January 2024. Together, Lance and Jimmy will join forces to foster connections with financial supporters, whose essential contributions drive TrueCare forward in breaking down barriers to health equity.

Chief Business Development Officer Briana Cardoza emphasizes the significant role of philanthropy in fueling our mission to improve community health outcomes. “As a patient-centric nonprofit organization, philanthropy is instrumental in propelling our growth and extending our reach,” says Cardoza. “Through Jimmy and Lance’s stewardship, we aim to amplify our message, extending affordable and inclusive health care options across San Diego and Riverside counties.”

Jimmy adds, “I’m thrilled to help strengthen TrueCare’s impact, ensuring that individuals and families can get trusted health care services, when and where they need it. As an advocate for TrueCare, I look forward to expanding our footprint and reaching more people within the community.”

For more information, visit our fundraising page. To contact Jimmy Figueroa, you can email him at Jimmy.Figueroa@truecare.org or call (760) 666-3713.

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