Celebrating 30 years of philanthropy, the Harvest Ball Society has become the largest not-for-profit organization devoted to raising funds for charities serving causes primarily in the Northland. Proceeds from the Society's events benefit programs and services that enrich, stabilize and strengthen the lives of children and adults within our community
In 2015, the Harvest Ball Society celebrated 29 years of philanthropy and distributed over $404,000 to 30 charities within our community. In 2015 we also developed the Friends of HBS. We have also formed an Endowment Committee that is responsible for establishing policies, procedures and guidelines for our Endowment fund.
The Harvest Ball Society is working on developing a 5-year plan that supports HBS's evolution as we respond to changing philanthropic, demographic and service needs in our community; building on our 30 years of success.
The Harvest Ball Society is working hard in 2016 to develop a 5-year plan that supports HBS's evolution as we respond to changing philanthropic, demographic and services needs in our community; building on our 30 years of success.
The annual efforts of the Harvest Ball Society is to provide assistance to charities that labor daily for residents of our community. Recognizing that their noble efforts impact lives by meeting basic needs. Members of the Harvest Ball Society volunteer their services and time for a year-long fundraising effort that culminates into 2 major events.
Provide adequate supplemental funding for a diversity of
charitable agencies in the Northland and our surrounding community to
facilitate their provision of programs and services that enrich, stabilize and
strengthen the lives of adults and children within our community.
Harvest Ball provides funding to all selected charitable
agencies each year and strives to distribute funds in a manner that represents
a geographic, demographic, and programmatic diversity in the Northland and
across our community.
The annual budget for The Harvest Ball is determined by
targeting corporate and individual sponsors set forth by our fundraising
committee with specified goals to be achieved. A charity selection committee
reviews each application and selects the annual recipients of the Harvest Ball
The Harvest Ball Society is working hard to develop a 5-year plan that supports HBS's evolution as we respond to changing philanthropic, demographic and service needs in our community; building on our 30 years of success.
Indirect Public Support HelpIndirect public support represents revenue received through solicitation campaigns. This includes funding United Way and other federated fundraising organizations, but does not include donor designated contributions.
Earned Revenue HelpEarned revenue represents income generated in direct exchange for a product or service.Earned income includes income from government contracts.
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