GSI...EXCELLENCE AND DISTINCTION
At GSI, we pursue excellence and quality in all aspects of our work. This derives from our commitment to further our knowledge and experience in the relentless pursuit to be of increased value to our clients. As such, GSI is committed to:
- Being an industry leader and innovator, always seeking the highest standards of professional practice and ethical conduct.
- Protecting our professional integrity and that of our clients and colleagues.
- Appropriately raising the bar on projected outcomes and, with success, raising it again.
- Never losing site of the big picture while paying meticulous attention to detail.
GSI takes a fresh and objective approach to every opportunity. But more than that, we are driven, and we are passionate about what we do...which is to help clients achieve their goals successfully and expediently. Consequently, GSI operates according to these guiding principles:
Our core business is to help bring new and significant philanthropic resources to our clients, essentially through capital campaigning and major gift efforts.
Our best measure of value is determined by the results achieved in partnership with our clients.
Our overriding business philosophy, for our firm and clients alike, is to always market to strength.
We build long-term relationships by first listening to clients and then formulating tailored strategies in sync with their culture and way of doing business.
We understand and value the inextricable relationship between fundraising, public relations, marketing, and planning.
We welcome to the GSI Family of Clients:
Aspen Valley Hospital (CO)
Bozeman Deaconess Health Services (MT)
Intermountain Healthcare (UT)
Lehigh Valley Health Network (PA)
Lincoln County Healthcare (ME)
Mid Coast Hospital (ME)
Munson Healthcare (MI)
Northwestern Medical Center (VT)
St. Joseph`s Hospital Health Center (NY)
South Shore Hospital (MA)
UM - Baltimore Washington Medical Center (MD)
PARTNERS IN PHILANTHROPY
In January of 2007, GSI presented the results of a campaign planning study for Monadnock Community Hospital (MCH) in Peterborough, New Hampshire, which determined that MCH had the upside potential to raise $8.6 million - or more than three times what the Hospital had ever raised before. Laura Gingras, MCH`s Vice President of Philanthropy and Community Relations, was ecstatic!