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One Call names interim director

Holly Rohrbacher has been hired as the interim director of One Call for All.   - Photo courtesy of Holly Rohrbacher
Holly Rohrbacher has been hired as the interim director of One Call for All.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Holly Rohrbacher

Holly Rohrbacher has joined One Call for All as the organization’s  interim executive director, the board of the fund-raising operation has announced.

“We are excited to have Holly step in to support One Call for All,” said Jon Green, the organization’s board president.

“With experience in the community, she will do a fantastic job supporting the more than 90 nonprofits that do good work on the island that are part of One Call for All,” he said.

Rohrbacher is a familiar face on Bainbridge Island, having worked with many local nonprofits over the years. She is a professional event coordinator and has worked with IslandWood, the Bloedel Reserve, Bainbridge Community Foundation, Friends of the Farms and also with a number of people celebrating private events.

She served in a number of development roles at IslandWood, and has been on the board of directors of KidsUp! and was the board president of Island Cooperative Preschool.

Rohrbacher was raised in Salt Lake City and moved to Washington to attend Washington State University on a volleyball/basketball scholarship. She and her husband David moved to the island in 2004 after they were married, and the couple now has three children.

One Call for All is an umbrella organization that provides needed funding to more than 90 essential island and regional nonprofits. The organization raises funds through an annual island-wide mailing marked by the arrival of the One Call for All “red envelope” in mailboxes every October. The annual campaign begins in October and ends on Dec. 31, although contributions are welcome throughout the year. A unique Bainbridge Island tradition, 100 percent of the money donated to One Call for All goes directly to the nonprofits that are designated by donors.

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