Providence is again recognized as a Top Performer by the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy
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Providence celebrates its sixth consecutive year as a High Performer by the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP).
Placement in the top 25 percent of net manufacturing revenue for fiscal 2020 qualifies Providence in both the Overall and Healthcare System categories.
Providence was again ranked by the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP) as one of the top performing healthcare fundraisers in North America.
The result reflects the combined efforts of Providence’s more than 40 foundations in seven states – Alaska, California, Montana, Oregon, New Mexico, Texas and Washington.
Providence is the sixth consecutive year as a top performer
Providence is recognized as a result of AHP’s 2021 Giving Report (using FY 2020 data) in both the High Performer: Overall and High Performer: Healthcare System categories. The report reviewed information submitted by 166 US respondents and 16 Canadian respondents. The Providence family of foundations has been consistently recognized among industry achievers since 2016.
“Congratulations and gratitude to everyone on our philanthropy teams who found a path forward through the chaos of the pandemic in fiscal 2020 – and who inspired donors to support Providence with their combined investments of more than $315 million to do good work in their communities,” he said, Laurie Kelley, Providence’s senior vice president and chief philanthropy officer.
Overall, high performers meet AHP’s traditional criteria for the top 25 percent of net production returns from all respondents in the annual Report on Giving. In fiscal 2020, these top performers raised more than $19 million in the United States and more than $22.7 million in Canada.
Providence Philanthropy Earnings x10 Qualifying Threshold
The winners in the Health Care System category represent those who achieved the top 25 percent of net fundraiser receipts from all participating US health care systems, raising more than $29.6 million.
“Providence is once again among the leaders in nonprofit healthcare philanthropy,” said Alice Ayres, President and Chief Executive Officer of AHP. Congratulations to the Providence Foundation family.