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About the Webconference
Donors may not know about the possible changes coming to health care in the next 5, 10, or 15 years, but that does not mean they will not invest. What it means is that the onus is on development staff to make unfamiliar investment opportunities attractive.
By introducing new priorities to the donor market more intentionally, and re-orienting strategy around familiar engagement levers, foundations and development shops will tap into the enormous potential for donor investment in care transformation.
Part of the 2015 national meeting webconference series—and the second of two on fundraising for the 2020 strategic plan—this presentation provides an ideal review for chief development officers or the broader foundation staff who were unable to attend our national meeting.
What You'll Learn:
- How to introduce unfamiliar strategic priorities to your donor market in a more intentional and rigorous way
- Three strategies for overcoming donor misconceptions and misgivings about population health, care management, and more
- Fresh ideas and approaches for reporting philanthropy’s impact to internal and external stakeholders during new strategic chapter for the hospital