Intermountain Foundation is one of only 45 organizations throughout North America recognized as a “High Performer,” based on analysis in the 2014 AHP benchmarking database. High performers represent the top 25 percent of all reporting organizations.
Each year, participating hospital foundations complete a survey that collects detailed information on organizational performance, including fundraising revenue, expenses, and details on specific fundraising programs and staff involvement. AHP analyzes this submitted data and defines high performance as those organizations that are in the 75th percentile for net production.
“This honor exemplifies our dedication and commitment to empowering Intermountain to aggressively pursue the pioneering discoveries and treatments that improve the lives of our patients and their families,” said David Flood, VP of Philanthropy and System Chief Development Officer. "We are grateful for our staff, our donors, and our board members. Without them, Intermountain Foundation would not be where it is today, and will not achieve what it will tomorrow.”
About the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy
The Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP) is an international professional organization dedicated exclusively to developing the men and women who encourage charity in North America's health care organizations. Established in 1967, AHP is the source for education, networking, information and research in health care philanthropy.