When we say we want you to save money, we really mean it; when it comes to team building games and keynote speaking we truly are a helping hand for charities and not-for-profits.
Having worked in the corporate event and fundraising industry for the last 15 years, we know how challenging organizing an event on a budget can be, we’ve also noticed how big of a difference having the right keynote speaker makes in your fundraising results.
Jaime Leal is a riveting keynote speaker with a powerful story; he uses engaging keynote speeches to help good change happen.
This fascinating keynote speaker is a humanitarian relief volunteer, tireless entrepreneur and kidnap survivor, he also runs his own charity back in his home country, need we say more?
Some of his keynotes available for grants are:
Modern Day Miracles – Love in Action
Follow Jaime on a journey full of "coincidences" while he served in one of this century's most devastating disasters. This keynote is moving, thought provoking & full of meaning.
Blink – How real leaders face crisis
On his way home after a bad day at the office, Jaime stopped at a convenience store and never made it back to his car. He had the terrifying experience of being kidnapped and being held for ransom. Hear how he used his leadership skills to survive the ordeal.
Front Runner –Become an industry leader
There's one main thing that separates leaders from the rest of the pack. Leaders don't make excuses. Discover Jaime's seven step process to turn obstacles into stepping stones and business opportunities.
Noise or Music –Finding your tune
A teambuilding exercise that will engage the audience, cheer-up the energy of the group and get everyone excited; are you ready to make music happen?
Jaime Leal will match your organization dollar-for-dollar, up to a maximum grant of $5000. It is important to note that Jaime Leal (ARO Teams Coaching and teambuilding services inc.) has to be the keynote speaker at the event and the organization must be able to contribute matching funds for their project.
Learn more at www.jaimeleal.com Don’t forget to mention about the Helping Hands program