The ABC’s of Philanthropy :Overview of Healthcare Philanthropy Presented by George F Maynard, III, FAHP Office of Philanthropy and Partnership
Who Gives the Gifts? 2006 CONTRIBUTIONS: $295.02 BILLION BY SOURCE OF CONTRIBUTION Individuals $222.89 75.6% Corporations $12.72 4.3% Foundations $36.50 12.4% Bequests $22.91 7.8% Source: Giving USA Foundation—AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy/ Giving USA 2007
Where do Gifts Go? 2006 CONTRIBUTIONS: $295.02 BILLION BY TYPE OF RECIPIENT ORGANIZATION Source: Giving USA Foundation—AAFRC Trust for Philanthropy/ Giving USA 2007
The Cycle of Donor Engagement Identification Investment Interest Information Involvement
How Do We Maximize Relationships? Donor Hot Buttons (Affinity/Experience) GHS Community Impact & Benefit: Stories Reflecting Work And Reputation GHS Case(s) for Support The Sweet Spot of the Giver ( Time, Talent &Treasure )
Investment Donor Contact Donor Commitment Donor Growth Annual Giving Volunteer-Led Annual Campaign Special Events, Activities Support Organizations Membership Direct Mail Acquisition / Renewal ePhilanthropy Major Giving Endowment Campaigns Capital Campaigns Major Gifts – Individual Major Gifts – Corporate/Foundation Estate or Planned Giving Bequests Planned Gifts Identification Information Interest Involvement
The mission of the Sponsored Programs Office (SPO) at Greenville Hospital System (GHS) will be to locate outside funding sources to help support current and future programs for training, research and community outreach.
The SPO will be housed in the new REII building on the GMH campus.
The SPO will facilitate the submission, negotiation and non-financial post award processing for grants.
The SPO will use existing GHS personnel, where feasible, to reduce start-up costs.
The financial goal will be to double the current GHS grant funding level by the end of year two, and continue an incremental increase in new and continued funding for each successive year.
The SPO’s goal is to be primarily funded by facilities and administration reimbursements (F&A) included in the grant budgets beginning with year four, and finally for complete self-funding through F&A by the end of year six.