Tough economic times present challenge for hospice fundraisers

December 2008
Hospice Management Advisor;Dec2008, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p133
The article focuses on fundraising schemes in hospice industry to adapt in the financial crisis. Pam Brown, executive vice president for community development at Alive Hospice points out that having multiple sponsors to support a program assures its continuation. Meanwhile, Hospice of Wake Country vice president of development Mike Blanchard sees that potentials of direct-mail campaign increase and suggests that endowments, individual sponsors and small grants help funding base.


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