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2015 Health Philanthropy Summit (Rootstown in northeast Ohio)

November 20, 2015

2015 Health Philanthropy Summit

Although geared toward the healthcare industry, the 2015 Health Philanthropy Summit, held at NEOMED in Rootstown on November 20th, can be beneficial to all fundraising professionals!

Attending this high-level gathering puts you within arm’s reach of many top executives who can offer new perspectives and best practices for you to put in practice when you return home:

Working Together: Aligning Multiple Hospitals for System-Wide Fundraising
Presented by panelists David Schrader, Bruce Bartoo, Mark Cotleur, Roger LaGreca, and Christina Walker

Planned Giving in Healthcare: Creating Extraordinary Opportunities
Presented by Nelson Wittenmyer, Vice Chairman, Philanthropy Institute, Cleveland Clinic

The Effectiveness of a Campaign Readiness and Feasibility Study
Presented by panelists Dan Selby, Ralph Metzger, Tracy Schlemmer, Lindsay Ackley, and moderator Jane Lee

Development Communications for Grateful Patients
Presented by panelists Alice Duncanson, Jenny Grabmeier, and Jessica Holstine

Fundraising for a Brand Within a Brand
Presented by Marcia Ferguson, Scott Pember, Kristin Broadbent, Laura Jo Hawk, and moderator Bill Mountcastle

Innovative Vision, Common Goals, Collaborative Fundraising
Presented by panelists Berinthia LeVine, Daniel Blain, Sergio Garcia, Julie Rittenhouse, and moderator Bill Mountcastle

Looking Forward: The Future of Health Philanthropy
Presented by Bill Mountcastle

We hope you will attend and take advantage of the multitude of mindshare that will be attending. Like you, these people are visionaries in health philanthropy and fundraising strategy. The positive impact associated with connecting and making contacts with attendees will pay off tenfold in terms of knowledge, insight, and perhaps even greater fundraising for you and your organization down the road.

REGISTER TODAY! Attendance is limited to maintain an intimate group size to foster better discussion and exploration of key health philanthropy issues. The summit is FREE to clients of Health Philanthropy Services Group and discounted to $50 for members of OAHP. The cost is $125 for all other attendees; however, if you register before October 31st, you will get a 25% early-bird discount.

For more info, visit the Health Philanthropy Summit at or email [email protected]

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