The Priority Pivot: Continuing the Campaign Dance When the Music Changes
You’ve launched your campaign with compelling funding priorities--and a pool of promising prospects. But then it happens: the fast-shifting health care landscape steals your needs list! And, when you approach your CEO, all you hear is “…consolidation, new partnerships, physician groups leaving to join another system, uncertainty regarding the future.” Frankly, none of it seems very helpful. Jay Angeletti of the Angeletti Group, Jim Quinn of the Foundation for Morristown Medical Center and Nina Weisbord of Temple Health will share best practices and case studies to help you pivot to support to your organization’s evolving needs while also maintaining donor trust and enthusiasm. It’s still all about the communities you serve; It’s just not what you—or anyone—else--originally thought!
Jay Angeletti, President, The Angeletti Group
Jim Quinn, Chief Development Officer, Foundation for Morristown Medical Center
Nina Weisbord, Chief Advancement Officer, Temple Health, Assistant Dean, Lewis Katz School of Medicine, Associate VP, Temple University
Engaging Key Witnesses in Major Gift Fundraising
Category: Board Engagement/Volunteer
Fundraising is not a solo activity. Oftentimes, raising transformational gifts requires a larger vision which is often better described by key witnesses to the organization rather than the major gift officer working alone. This interactive discussion will walk through the tools and methods in identifying benefactor prospects and providing you with proven outcomes and methods for utilizing these key ambassadors and witnesses to assist in the cultivation and solicitation process for transformational philanthropy.
Brett Holleman, CFRE, Vice President, Vail Valley Medical Center Foundation
Mark Bogertman, Director of Development, Vail Valley Medical Center Foundation
Hospice Fundraising: Emerging Grateful Patient and Family Programs—Key Successes and Pitfalls
Category: Grateful Patients
With over 6100 hospice agencies across the US whose reimbursement for care has decreased, a bigger emphasis is placed on philanthropy. However, the culture of hospice revolves around how difficult the situation is for each family. When is an appropriate time to discuss giving back? What steps should be taken? This session will explore all these variables.
Helen Poole, Principal Consultant, Gobel Group
Aida Matic, CFRE, VP of Philanthropy, Tidwell Hospice