Andrea Muir, Kathy Fremdling, and Leta Keyes first met at the Episcopal Community Services Gala committee. Working together to raise donations and awareness for the ECS programs, they realized that their unique skill sets and experiences could make a significant impact in the non-profit sector. This realization led to the formation of The Collaborative Group.
Andrea is a non-profit expert with extensive experience in board development, fundraising, donor cultivation and stewardship. Her ability to build strong relationships with donors and stakeholders is crucial to the success of any non-profit, making her a valuable asset to The Collaborative Group.
Kathy is a highly skilled graphic designer with a deep understanding of event branding and messaging. Her designs effectively communicate a message and help bring marketing and branding materials to life, resonating with donors and supporters. With her expertise in event branding, The Collaborative Group can help create memorable marketing and branding materials that effectively promote events and raise awareness for important causes.
Leta is an experienced event planner with a talent for creating eye-catching silent auctions and developing compelling live auction packages. She has a thorough understanding of the complexities involved in organizing successful non-profit events, with a knack for managing logistics and ensuring that every detail is taken care of to provide a seamless event experience for attendees. Leta’s expertise in event planning is a necessity for non-profit organizations that have the heart and the drive to make a difference but lack the resources to do so.
The Collaborative Group was founded on a shared passion for making a positive impact in the non-profit sector. By combining their strengths, Andrea, Kathy, and Leta have created a powerful team committed to helping non-profit organizations achieve their goals. Their collaborative services range from board development, fundraising, donor cultivation and stewardship, to graphic design, event planning, and fundraising support. They have become a valuable resource group, making a significant difference in the world of non-profit.