No matter how much great work you’re doing in your community, if your story isn’t connecting with the people and organizations you’re serving, the work is falling flat.
Join us to hear how St. Luke’s Foundation in Cleveland is taking community connectedness to the next level. Senior Grants Manager Kristen Summers will share how intentionally listening to what their community needs and responding to those needs via their grantmaking has turned their community relationships around – for the better.
She’ll share the story of:
- How leaning into their Resident Advancement Committee for discretionary budget decisions has resulted in better decisions and more trust.
- How they identified the data needed to tell a story that connected with the community.
- How they have been able to act on that data to drive meaningful impact.
- How they formatted that data in a way that connected to all stakeholders and brought their board along.
- How they will continue to build on this work in the future and where they see that evolution taking them and their community.
Register now to learn more about this dynamic use of data and the positive impact focusing on connected philanthropy has had in the community.
A recording of this program will be available to those who register.
Wednesday, February 16
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM ET