Milwaukee, WI, April 27, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Felician Village is a community-based, retirement residence continuing the 100+ year tradition of the Felician Sisters' commitment to care giving. Felician Village is dedicated to providing quality, resident-focused living where dignity and self worth are valued, lives enriched and relationships celebrated.
Felician Village leaders hired Gary Hubbell Consulting to assist them in their desire to launch and maintain a comprehensive, ongoing fund development program. The funding focus of the new development program will likely be on programs, services, equipment, and special projects to support the ongoing operation of the nursing home and related entities. Leaders anticipate the development program will grow steadily to include gifts from individuals, foundations, business, and other groups.
Mark McLaughlin, Director of Marketing & Fund Development, stated, "With our fund development program in its infancy, we were looking for professional guidance to get us started on the right path and to make an impact quickly. Gary Hubbell Consulting is providing the counsel and the development of materials to assure our successful introduction of our long-term program.”
As a strategic planning and resource development consultant with almost thirty years experience helping nonprofit organizations fulfill their missions, Hubbell is well positioned to assist Felician Village as it embarks on this process. With Gary Hubbell Consulting’s guidance Village leaders will have outside expert opinion on which to base management decisions related to development program scope, structure, staffing, and resource requirements, and will begin to see the benefits of a new revenue stream to offset operating costs.
In addition to Hubbell’s work serving as counsel and coach to organizations across the country, he is an active author and speaker. His independent research resulted in the publication of his first book, Forces of Change: The Coming Challenges in Hospital Philanthropy (Association of Healthcare Philanthropy, 2005).
Gary Hubbell Consulting works with organizations on the cusp of doing great things – retooling business income and philanthropy strategies; engaging board members and community in unprecedented ways; raising more money than ever before. Clients contact them seeking help to develop strategies that foster organizational agility, setting a plan in place around which commitment runs deep, and determining how to generate philanthropy and other resources to fuel the resource engine of the future. For more information, contact them at 414-962-6696, or online at www.garyhubbellconsulting.com