LOCATION: Atlanta, Georgia
AHP Leading Forward 2019 is designed for chief development officers, executive directors and other executive leaders in health care philanthropy.
New in 2019: Bring your CEO, board members, or other executive or physician leaders. Leading Forward is the place where you and your hospital or health care organization executives can have meaningful conversation about how to elevate your organization through philanthropy.
LOCATION: Boston, Massachusetts (various locations)
Five-part series that helps all staff new to philanthropy better understand the sector. Developed by the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy’s Grantmaking School team and Philanthropy New York and presented by Associated Grant Makers (AGM) in Boston beginning in Fall 2018, this interactive course will provide a historical overview of philanthropy, review a foundation’s leadership and governance, provide an overview of grantmaking, debate the current big issues in philanthropy, and explore the various roles within philanthropy. To extend the impact of those who benefit, this series is in partnership with Grantmakers Council of Rhode Island (GCRI) and the Maine Philanthropy Center (MPC) and presented in Massachusetts.
Patients and families that experience great care often feel inspired to give back, but frequently aren’t sure how to express their gratitude in a way that has an impact. In this session, discover tactics for engaging caregivers to receive and respond appropriately to gratitude as part of their critical, ethical role in philanthropy. Cindy Reynolds and Mark McCampbell explore keys to optimizing a referral-based medical philanthropy program, including the strategies employed at Bon Secours, and working with health care organizations around the world, to overcome challenges and create lasting philanthropic partnerships.