Webinar: Engaging Diverse Communities in Healthcare Philanthropy
Wednesday, November 8, 2017: 12:00 - 1:00pm CT
About this webinar:
The tech sector’s insatiable hunger for worldwide talent coupled with the United States’ and Canada’s multicultural societies with Indian, Chinese, Korean, and other Asian backgrounds are bringing global diversity to our communities. New cultures and philanthropic traditions—or lack thereof—mean that healthcare philanthropy must adapt. What are the best practices for engaging diverse patients and donors?
This webinar will explore the growing field of healthcare philanthropy from donors in your communities of Indian, Chinese, and other Asian backgrounds. We’ll explore the experiences of El Camino Hospital Foundation in Silicon Valley and present the results from our North American research survey, as well as follow up interviews with academic medical centers and medical centers in high-tech communities.
In this session, we will cover:
- Building more meaningful donor relationships with multicultural patients and communities
- Developing action plans for staffing and communicating with prospective multicultural patients
- Exploring how pioneering efforts in Indian American and Chinese American medical services are influencing healthcare philanthropy
- Tom Wilson, Vice President, Campbell & Company
- Shoshana Grammer, Senior Consultant, Campbell & Company
- Jodi Barnard, President, El Camino Hospital Foundation
Intended audience: Healthcare development leaders and fundraising professionals of all levels
Full participation in the above webinar is applicable for up to 1 CFRE continuing education point in category 1.B - Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification.