Generocity.org is the platform for social good in Greater Philadelphia. Our mission is to strengthen the region’s position as a leader in social enterprise.
With compelling content and tools to engage individuals, community-based organizations and businesses, we are a nexus for relationships that are essential for a healthy, thriving community.
Each weekday Generocity publishes news and information about the solutions to local issues. In addition, Generocity develops online applications designed to make it easy to give back and get involved.
Sandra Baldino founded Generocity in 2009. Her passion for philanthropy and desire to find more information about local causes, volunteer opportunities and ways to give drove her to create what has become Generocity today.
Sandra Baldino | Founder and Chair
After finding it difficult to find information about causes, volunteer opportunities, and ways to give, Sandra wanted to create a solution. If more people knew about what was happening locally, maybe more people would want to get involved.
In addition to Generocity, Sandra volunteers her time as a trustee of the Paoli Hospital Foundation, the Franklin Institute, The Philadelphia Zoo, WHYY, and the Opera Company of Philadelphia. In 2011, Sandy created the Frank and Sandra Baldino Leukemia Research Fund at The University of Pennsylvania.
Sandra received her MBA magna cum laude from Drexel University majoring in finance and marketing. She was born and raised in the Bridesburg section of Northeast Philadelphia and currently resides in Delaware County with her two sons.
During his career, Dave has been a leader at several nonprofit organizations, from the Universities of Pittsburgh and Dayton to United Way; at each position, he has helped lead teams in various stages of development and giving, culminating in his Executive Director role at Generocity.
Dave is passionate about everything, from politics to team morale, and his mission in life is to bring the nonprofit world into the 21st century by any means necessary.
Dave lives by the words of his childhood hero, Roberto Clemente, “Any time you have an opportunity to make a difference in this world and you don’t, you are wasting your time on Earth.”
David Fair | Senior Consultant
David Fair has had a long career in both the public and nonprofit health and human services sector, and as both a provider and funder of services.
David is currently the principal of David Fair Partners LLC, a consulting firm providing solutions to nonprofit health and social services agencies regarding agency and program management, resource development, strategic planning and other areas.
Previously, David served as Senior Vice-President for Community Impact at United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania. Fair was also responsible for oversight of United Way’s public policy advocacy activities, and represented United Way on many boards and committees throughout the region.
Mike Kaiser | Community & Content Strategist
Mike oversees our content and social media efforts, working with a team of freelance contributors to produce and publish the stories and posts. Mike also assists on business development and community outreach efforts to connect nonprofit and community based organizations to the broader Philadelphia community.
Mike grew up in the Somerton neighborhood of Philadelphia and is a graduate of Penn State University’s College of Communications with a B.A. in Media Studies. Prior to joining Generocity.org, Mike was the Communications Liaison at Gift of Life Donor Program where his work was featured by Facebook for Nonprofits and PRSA Philadelphia.
Mike lives in the Italian Market area and currently serves on the board of Young Involved Philadelphia.
Mo Manklang | Director of Marketing and Strategy
Born and raised in Bucks County, Mo brings a unique artistic and managerial perspective to the team – leading both our marketing and community outreach efforts.
Mo is the founder of Art to Save the World, a nonprofit organization that encourages artists to get involved in their community and support local causes. She is also active in the Fishtown/New Kensington neighborhood and serves as a committee member of the Kensington Community Food Co-op.
Mo is a graduate of Drexel University with a B.A. in Digital Media, a self-professed nerd, and a die-hard Phillies fan.
Sharon Rice | CBO Engagement Director
Sharon grew up in Burlington County, NJ and has spent most of her adult life getting to know Philly. Sharon is a proud alum of Bryn Mawr School of Social Work and Social Research and is a Licensed Social Worker (LSW) in Pennsylvania. At Bryn Mawr, her concentration was Social Service Management which included studying best practices for nonprofits and direct service work and Law and Social Policy.
At Generocity, Sharon helps nonprofits, businesses and people get involved with our platform, manages the community outreach plan, and user engagement projects.
Her interests include community development and improving the foster care system. Sharon is a church leader at The Connect Church, a self-proclaimed movie critic, bicyclist, and generally hilarious.