Harry Freedman's success as a fundraiser enables him to challenge the conventional-thinking of nonprofit groups. He encourages them ask themselves the difficult questions such as: (these are discussed in his book, "Black Tie Optional")
Is your fundraising effort as effective as it could be?
Is it costing you more to bring in less?
Do you need creative ideas to inspire your development team?
Do you approach fundraising as the business that it is?
These are questions that fundraisers often fail to ask... or do not really want to ask themselves... especially after all their hard work to organize and produce an event.
Harry Freedman has created hundreds of development events and initiatives for schools, museums, social and entertainment charities, and health-care organizations. He provides them with information on how to present events that are fun and entertaining, while achieving the important financial goals necessary to allow clients to focus on their mission.
Harry Freedman is the ideal person to speak or provide an informative seminar:
to your board, to tell its members what is required of them and how they can bring their skills to your organization
to your staff, to tell them how to budget their time during campaigns and leading up to special events
to your volunteers, to tell them how important they are to the forthcoming campaign or special event.