AHP Healthcare Philanthropy Journal

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To Campaign or not to Campaign (Chief Philanthropy Officer’s Version)

By Heather Wiley Starankovic, CFRE, CAP 

This article explores 10 things a chief philanthropy officer can ask themselves as they consider starting comprehensive campaigning and the suggested next steps for consideration. (Page 10)

Nurses Lead the Way: Maximize Fundraising and Inspire Volunteers for a Key Hospital Program  

By Nicki Hines, MA and Carol Huttner, BSN, MA 

Abbott Northwestern Hospital’s Nursing Excellence Initiative not only surpassed its fundraising goal but also made significant programmatic advancements in nursing education and research. This article will unpack the steps that led to their success. (Page 30)

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The Resilient Fundraiser: Fighting Burnout and Regaining Control of Your Life   

By Alisa M. Smallwood, CFRE and Jacynta Brewton  

With many professionals struggling with stress and burnout in the office, it’s essential to have the tools to cope. This article explores techniques to help. (Page 25) 

Other articles include: 

  • Strategic Branding Can Supercharge Your Next Campaign | By Lori Woehrle
  • A Physician’s-Only Giving Circle: Why Their Gifts Aren’t the Best Part | By Jessica Benko 
  • Vibrant Vulnerability: Engaging Non-Fundraising Clinical Executives/Leaders | By Randall Hallett  
  • Inside the Minds of Donors | By Brenda Solomon, EdD, CFRE  
  • Money Mindset | By Jenny Mitchell, CFRE, CEC, DMA 

Healthcare Philanthropy is a peer-reviewed publication for healthcare philanthropy professionals covering important topics in the philanthropy profession. The journal is published twice a year and is free for AHP members.  

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