For a growing number of hospitals, particularly nonprofit community hospitals, philanthropy is considered a necessity. Philanthropy is no longer seen as only supporting added extras—it’s now a source of revenue that supports the overall care of patients. In many community hospitals across the country, philanthropy is part of the revenue mix and is part of […]
Bentz Whaley Flessner’s annual healthcare survey celebrates ten years of publication with some insightful and relevant information regarding new healthcare legislation and the current economic climate. This survey offers year-to-year data comparisons in easy-to-read charts, and action items for your development program. Download your complimentary copy here: What the Affluent Think about Giving to Healthcare
This survey offers year-to-year data comparisons in easy-to-read charts, along with “Action Items” for your development program.
Bentz Whaley Flessner’s Fall 2009 Client Advisory discusses why it is important to campaign now, the impact of the economy, and keys to fundraising success. Author M. Bruce Dreon introduces a new four-step campaign model that fits the economic and philanthropic reality of the times.
Our 2008 Healthcare Survey will help prepare your development program for long-term success through: Understanding what motivates affluent donors in making gifts to healthcare organizations. Designing and implementing strategies to build relationships with affluent healthcare donors. Shaping our major gift work with affluent donors during uncertain and challenging economic times. Download your complimentary copy of […]
A part of the American Recovery and Reinvesting Act could affect the very core of robust healthcare development programs–the ability to directly fundraise from grateful patients. Language contained within the original House and Senate bills (H.R. 1, section 4406 (b); S. 1, section 13046(b)) would deny not-for-profit hospitals and healthcare providers access to names and […]