Boston-based Fidelity Charitable announced Tuesday the expansion of its west coat operations, promoting one and hiring two new vice presidents.

Amy Grossman, based in San Francisco, joins Fidelity Charitable as west coast vice president for the complex asset group, where she will facilitate donations of non-publicly traded assets. Grossman takes the role after 15 years with Credit Suisse, where she most recently served as managing director in the Private Banking USA group.

Elaine Martyn, based in Cary, N.C., joins the charity as vice president of the private donor group, where she will oversee the development of philanthropic strategies for major donors. Martyn will primarily work in California’s Bay Area, where she most recently served as vice president of development for the Global Fund for Women.

Jonathan Batista, based in Newport Beach, Calif., was promoted to vice president and charitable planning consultant, where he will guide financial advisors, attorneys, and accountants in the southwest. Batista previously served as a charitable planning associate, and as a relationship manager for Fidelity Charitable in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

Fidelity Charitable is an independent public charity with a donor-advised fund program. The charity also announced Tuesday that it had surpassed $1 billion in grants to charities for the year, issuing more than 223,000 donor-recommended grants in as of May 7. In recent weeks, the firm has made more than 4,200 grants totaling $5 million to the relief efforts following the April 25 earthquake in Nepal.