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Association for Healthcare Philanthropy logoHonorHealth Foundation recognized as "High-Performing Fundraiser" for fourth rear in a row

What: HonorHealth Foundation earned "Overall High Performer" status for 2022, from the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP). This is the fourth consecutive year the Foundation has been honored both in the overall category and among healthcare systems nationwide.

Overall High Performers represent AHP's traditional criteria of the top 25 percent in net production revenue across all respondents in their 2022 Report on Giving, which tracks metrics on the nation’s most successful hospital foundations.
Healthcare System High Performers represent organizations that reached the top 25 percent in net fundraising revenue out of all participating healthcare systems in the 2022 Report on Giving.

Who: As a community-focused nonprofit organization and the philanthropic arm of HonorHealth, HonorHealth Foundation provides a unique path of giving that ensures a donor’s contribution helps improve as many facets of health and well-being for as many people as possible. From addressing the social determinants of health, to personalizing the highest quality clinical care, to funding groundbreaking research, we help philanthropists make an exponential impact on the causes that align with their values.

Background: AHP’s High Performers recognition has been awarded since 2013 and is presented to organizations in the top 25 percent in net fundraising revenue from the AHP Report on Giving. Net fundraising revenue is calculated by subtracting an organization’s total fundraising expenses from their gross production revenue.

Quote: "It is an honor to be recognized by the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy and we are proud to be a leader among our peer healthcare foundations," stated Jared A. Langkilde, president and CEO of HonorHealth Foundation. "We are so grateful to be a community partner that inspires giving which results in comprehensive and transformational healthcare for anyone who needs it."