Culture of Philanthropy Check-Up
Building and maintaining a culture of philanthropy is hard work. It is deep work that takes years to build and moments to destroy. But having a healthy culture of philanthropy makes work more fun and makes fundraising easier. It’s worth having a periodic check-up to assess how your institution is doing.
Answer these questions for your institution:
Alumni support (or Grateful Patient support)
Stewardship and Donor Relations
Other questions to think about:
How did you feel about the assessment? Where are you doing well? Where should you improve?
As always, comments and questions are welcome and encouraged!
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1/3/2019 04:15:06 am
I have a very limited knowledge about culture of philanthropy and how fundraising affects them. If in any case a fundraising event helps them achieve to have a stronger foundation then that's good. On the other hand, I would also want to thank you for posting the different kinds of fundraising events we can hold especially when it's badly needed. I guess, it's never too late to learn new things especially if a lot of people are going to benefit from it!
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Jessica Cloud, CFRE
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