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March 01, 2015
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Shrinking Capital Campaigns Pays Off for 2 Hospitals

Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail

EMBEDDING FUNDRAISERS WITH DOCTORS: At Toronto Western Hospital, fundraisers sit with doctors 
like Nizar Mahomed, who is leading arthritis research. 
The close ties led 10 surgeons to give a total of $1.25-million.

Ditching the huge capital campaigns that many nonprofits now run is helping two Toronto hospitals increase donations every year and reduce a major cost that is increasingly hobbling many organizations: the time and money that charity leaders spend...

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