With EIA’s help, Girl Scouts management reduced their estimated time spent on budgeting from 40 hours a year to just 12, leaving a lot more time to focus on the organization’s mission.
Children and Families
Enabled North Texas Food Bank to utilize a valuable gift that enhanced its operations and made it a model for the nation’s food banks.
Over a six-month period, EIA Executive Sam Moore was able to partner with The Family Place’s staff to upgrade their network in six different locations and re-negotiate several key vendor relationships. In addition to improved employee productivity and morale, the project documented hard savings of over $5,000 per month.
Youth and Family Counseling received a $53,000 market value pro bono project involving a strategic plan. A team of EIA executives came together with a focus on financials, human resources, fundraising plan and operations.
Culture & Humanities
Dallas Children’s Theater approached Executives In Action for support in turning its focus to the development of a strategic operational plan. Two EIA executives donated 104 hours to the project, resulting in a $20,000 market value pro bono project.