After an event is over, or when a promotional activity has ended, most organizations sit back with sighs of relief and secretly hope that they made more money than they spent raising it.
This is when Harry Freedman is needed--to bring that cold hard look at the actual results.
Too often, organizations spend more money--when all factors are included--in raising money than they receive. Where did all the money go?
Harry Freedman will often refer to the: "The Vendor’s Organization." This “organization” represent all the audio-visual service providers, all the caterers, all the florists, all the printers, all the venues, and all the many other people who always get paid before the nonprofit organization raises any funds.