Healthcare Philanthropy: Advance Charitable Giving to Your Organization's Mission
Healthcare Philanthropy was written for healthcare CEOs to give them a solid overview of issues and opportunities within fund development; however, the book has been embraced by fund development executives as a ready reference guide. The book explores why and how philanthropy has emerged as a vital revenue source. The book shares specific strategies for creating a more vibrant fund development program, emphasizes the role of executives in philanthropy efforts and provides tips for involving physicians. This book was written by Accordant Philanthropy principal Betsy Chapin Taylor and published by Health Administration Press and the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy.
Boards and Philanthropy: Developing the Next Curve Revenue Source for Health Care
Boards and Philanthropy discusses how governing boards and foundation boards can multiply the impact of charitable giving to the organization’s mission. The publication includes a variety of tools and resources to clarify the role of the board and board members in philanthropic activities. These include delineation of governing board and foundation board roles and responsibilities, sample metrics for monitoring fund development goals and questions boards can ask to evaluate their understanding and level of participation in supporting fund development. This publication was written by Accordant Philanthropy Principal Betsy Chapin Taylor and published by the American Hospital Association Center for Healthcare Governance.
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Redefining Healthcare Philanthropy includes top-shelf thinkers in the development profession in an exploration of important and emerging topics in healthcare philanthropy. Accordant Philanthropy principal Betsy Chapin Taylor’s submissions to the book include chapters on creating a stronger and more impactful partnership with board members and on unleashing the power of CEOs as advocates for philanthropy. Other chapters address investing in the development function, achieving strategic alignment, facilitating physician engagement to support grateful patient efforts, powering a stronger major gifts program through performance improvement and building a resonant case for support. Betsy Taylor also served as the book’s editor. The book was published by the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy.
The CoreCentric activity was awesome. Although they were a little reluctant to get out of their seats initially – being doctors and business leaders and all–but once they got going, they got into it. I think it was an eye opener for most of them – even a few surprises for me on some folks. The forms they filled out will definitely help with setting direction for each of them, and I think they came away feeling there are many more ways for them to advance Major Gifts than they realized. Thanks so much.
CoreCentric is Awesome “The CoreCentric: Discover Your Right Fit Role activity was awesome. Although (board members) were a little reluctant to get out of their seats initially – being doctors and business leaders and all–once they got going, they got into it. I think it was an eye opener for most of them – even a few surprises... Read More