Get involved in third-party special events

December 2008
Hospice Management Advisor;Dec2008, Vol. 13 Issue 12, p136
The article focuses on the importance of participating in the planning of fundraising events for sponsoring hospices. Pam Brown, Alive Hospice vice president for community development points out the significance of a well-organized event that involves a hospice as a beneficiary. Brown says that staff involvement can help avoid risks and shows gratitude to the organization. Brown also describes an event in which an illegal segment was avoided due to the help of the staff.


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