Philanthropy advocate: CEOs need to work on fund-raising process

April 2007
H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;Apr2007, Vol. 81 Issue 4, p74
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The article focuses on the concern raised by Association for Healthcare Philanthropy president and chief executive officer (CEO) William C. McGinly on the reliance of hospital CEOs on philanthropic funds to bolster operating margins. McGinly argues that the same CEOs are concerned about how to asses, plan and build an effective fund-raising operation. He adds that congressional and state challenges to the tax-exempt status of nonprofits add to the financial stress.


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