Wednesday, November 8, 2017
The Fawcett Center at The Ohio State University
The Summit brings together health philanthropy professionals for one day of intensive training. The program is FREE to clients of Health Giving and discounted to $90 for members of OAHP. The cost is $180 for all other attendees; however, if you register before Friday, September 29, 2017 you will receive a 20% early-bird discount. Attendance is limited to maintain an intimate group size to foster better discussion and exploration of key health philanthropy issues.
The summit has been approved for 5.25 CFRE credits. Documentation will be available at the Summit.
We look forward to seeing you there! Don’t miss this opportunity to discuss an array of critical philanthropy and fundraising issues and network with top-level executives in the health philanthropy field.
2016 Health Philanthropy Summit
Thank you to all who supported and attended the 2016 Health Philanthropy Summit at the Mount Carmel School of Nursing, held in conjunction with the Ohio Association for Healthcare Philanthropy. We think the Summit is an amazing opportunity to network and learn from some of today’s healthcare philanthropy leaders, but don’t just take our word for it…See what attendees had to say:
Monday, November 27, 2017 10:00 am - 11:30 am
In-person | The Foundation Center New York
As an executive director, it is your responsibility to guide your organization and provide a vision for where it will be in the immediate future and the long term. You are also responsible for determining how your organization spends its money and generates financial support. Managing and raising funds effectively is critical to the sustainability of your organization. In tandem with a development director, board member, or other support staff, the executive director is typically tasked with creating and implementing a plan for successfully raising the funds needed.
Bill Mountcastle will discuss the important role of the nonprofit executive director in fundraising, including the important role philanthropy plays in organizations and key motivations behind why people give at this special program at The Foundation Center New York.
Workshop participants will learn how to:
December 19, 2017, 2:00 pm to 3:30pm ET
Still waiting for that potential donor, foundation program officer, or corporate sponsorship director to call you back? Successful fundraising relies on relationships, but it's difficult to build a relationship if you can't get them to call you back. Thiswebinar that will share the best ideas to help you make your potential donors want to return your calls. Bill Mountcastle will discuss how to increase connections with donors and prospective donors in this Foundation Center webinar.
January 14-17, 2018, The Ritz-Carlton, Naples, FL
"What Governing Boards Should Know about Grateful Patient Giving"
Monday, January 15, 1:00-2:30 p.m.
Bill Mountcastle will discuss the impact that grateful patient giving programs have on the bottom line and demonstrate how board understanding, guidance, leadership, and support of grateful patient giving initiatives are an integral part of a philanthropy program’s success
For more information, visit the Leadership Conference website.
If you, your board members, or executive leadership are interested in learning more about fundraising strategy, clinician engagement, grateful patient fundraising, or other health philanthropy strategies, Health Giving can tailor a workshop to your specific situation. We can work with your schedule, providing half-day to multiple day workshops.
We use highly inclusive and participatory methodologies resulting in improved teamwork and increased organizational effectiveness. Other benefits include: