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August 19, 2014

Featured Organization: Community Health Network

Featured Organization: Community Health Network


Founded from the contributions of community members and businesses in the Indianapolis area, Community Health Network understands the importance of philanthropy in its hospitals and healthcare centers. What began as a solution to providing local care to Indianapolis residents has transformed into one of today’s leading non-profit health systems. Community now serves over 200 healthcare sites in Central Indiana, providing convenient access to exceptional services including specialty and acute care hospitals, excellent physicians, surgery centers, home care services, MedChecks, and behavioral health and employer health services.


Advancement Resources is dedicated to helping Community continue to serve its community, patients, and donors with a holistic approach to philanthropy. Together, we’ve designed a comprehensive philanthropic strategic plan that encompasses Community’s needs as a whole. This plan works to engage people at every level in the organization, and provides Community with the tools it needs to successfully implement the plan. It is an honor to serve Community Health Network and we are enthused to be a part of their important work.


Bente F. Weitekamp, Vice President of Development

“Advancement Resources has been a tremendous partner and valuable resources in our work to develop a sustainable culture of philanthropy. The people at Advancement Resources have become an integral part of our team beyond workshop facilitation. It is obvious that they are in this business for the right reasons and that makes us all successful.”

— Bente F. Weitekamp
Vice President of Development
Community Health Network Foundation

Community Health Network's Philanthropic Strategic Plan:

Development Professionals

  • The Art and Science of Donor Development
  • Building Working Relationships

Leadership

  • Creating Breakthrough Performance in Healthcare Philanthropy
  • Envisioning & Articulation

Healthcare Professionals

  • Healthcare Philanthropy 20/20 (3 sessions)

Board Members

  • Board Members and Healthcare Philanthropy


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