As the Director of Donor Relations for The Heritage Foundation, Andrew McIndoe leads the organization’s robust major gift program.
Born and raised in Oak Ridge, North Carolina, McIndoe is responsible for nearly $70 million of giving activity each year. This includes annual support and future giving for both The Heritage Foundation and its sister organization, Heritage Action for America. In this role, he oversees a team of thirty-five which includes solicitors stationed across the country, the portfolio management and prospect research capability, and all communications and marketing efforts.
Andrew formerly served as the Development Director for Heritage Action for America (501c4) where he helped grow the organization from $4 million annually to over $10 million. He is a graduate of the Charles G. Koch Associate Program during which he was a Development Associate at The Fund for American Studies before moving on to the Bill of Rights Institute as Development Director. Additionally, Andrew completed internships as Morton Blackwell’s intern at the Leadership Institute and at the Young America’s Foundation Reagan Ranch Center before spending the summer of 2009 as a development intern at The Heritage Foundation.
Andrew is an MBA candidate at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business and graduated cum laude with high honors from Grove City College with a degree in Political Science and minor in Entrepreneurship. He currently resides on Capitol Hill with his wife, Haley.