Freeman Philanthropic Services, LLC (FPS) is a full-service firm specializing in Executive Recruitment, Strategic Organizational Assessment and a range of planning, management, fundraising and training consulting services for the not-for-profit sector. We strategically adapt our comprehensive services to meet the needs of our clients, further aligning organizational strategy to resources.

FPS also provides an extensive range of management training services that include: interactive workshops and training for boards of directors, staff and volunteers; planning and feasibility studies; analyses of staffing needs; articulation and development of fundraising tools; and development audits. FPS distinguishes itself in its inextricable link and in-depth knowledge of the not-for-profit sector. We do not employ a corporate consulting paradigm to meet what we know to be unique third-sector needs. Rather, we offer the personal understanding, attachment, and deep commitment to the sector.

For further information, please contact us at (212) 924-3727

FPS is a Charter Business Member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP)
and endorses the AFP Code of Ethical Principles and Standards.

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