Graham-Pelton, a fundraising and management consulting firm for nonprofits, has launched two new service lines designed to directly address staff turnover and data breaches — two critically prevalent vulnerabilities facing nonprofits. Meanwhile, iWave and Gravyty have expanded their strategic partnership, leveraging data and artificial intelligence (AI) to help healthcare organizations elevate grateful patient programs and raise major gifts.
Through a joint solution, iWave and Gravyty will help nonprofits harness the power of patient screening and AI to identify grateful patient prospects and connect with them at the right time in their healthcare journey.
Donations procured through grateful patient programs allow healthcare institutions to provide better care and facilitate many ancillary services that are extremely important to patients and their families. The challenge has been finding an effective way to identify patients with the ability to donate a major gift.
Graham-Pelton’s Quotients is a talent assessment and team workshop to develop high-performing teams and Cybersecurity Services for Nonprofits is a suite of services providing the intelligence nonprofits need to understand the risk, exposure, and immediate steps necessary to secure their networks and data from cyber threats.
Quotients includes individualized online assessments, one-on-one feedback sessions, and a group dynamics workshop, helping managers to position their people most effectively. The Summit, N.J.-based firm has partnered with the National Cybersecurity Society (NCSS) to improve the online safety and security of the nonprofit community through education, awareness, and advocacy. NCSS is led by Mary Ellen Seale, a recognized leader in national cybersecurity strategy and cyber operations. She has held numerous executive positions with the federal government, including the Department of Homeland Security.
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