AHP Report on Giving's High Performers for FY2016 Results

 

             



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Learn more about High Performers (excerpt from the 2017 spring issue of the Healthcare Philanthropy journal).
 What Defines a High-Performing Organization?






How AHP determines High Performers
View this year's High Perfomers
What differentiates High Performers from other survey respondents


How AHP Determines High Performers

In order to determine what factors lead to higher performance among participants in the AHP Report on Giving survey, additional analysis was done on institutions with the highest levels of net production returns. High performers represent the reporting organizations in the top 25 percentile for net production returns (To learn more, see the AHP Report on Giving).

 
 
 
 
 
 






      

    


       

     

 





In the United States, 
net fundraising revenue for high performers is almost seven times higher than for all institutions reporting ($21.1 million vs. $3.0 million, respectively). In Canada, the net fundraising revenue for high performers is three times greater for all institutions reporting ($22.3 million vs. $6.7 million, respectively).  

High performers depended less on annual gifts and special events as major fundraising sources, and more on corporate gifts and major gifts.  

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CANADA

 




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