First Nonprofit Group prepares to exhibit in Florida, Minnesota
First Nonprofit Group will hit the road in this summer to exhibit our state unemployment tax (SUTA) alternatives. Charitable organizations interested in avoiding the negatives of contributing to SUTA funds and having greater control of money used for paying jobless claims will be able to learn more about our programs.
The first conference we'll visit is the Foster Family-Based Treatment Association's 28th annual conference on foster care, which will be hosted from July 20-23 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, at Walt Disney World's Coronado Springs Resort. FFTA supports and strengthens agencies focused on providing high-quality care for children who need a stable and positive environment to develop and grow. Since 1988, the organization has worked to define and refine the methods and practices used for treatment foster care, as well as foster community support, and locate resources for fostering groups. The theme of this year's conference, where more than 20 organizations involved in foster care and nonprofit administration will be exhibiting, is "overcoming barriers to permanency and well-being." To learn more about conference workshops, exhibitors and events, visit FFTA's website.
Only a few short weeks after going to southern Florida, First Nonprofit Group will head to Duluth, the biggest city in northern Minnesota, for the annual Minnesota Community Action Partnership conference. MinnCAP's event will be held from August 6-8 at the Duluth Entertainment and Conference Center and feature sessions on a wide variety of nonprofit topics. These range from next-generation governance to applying weatherization to healthy homes programs. The overall theme of the conference will celebrate the 50-year anniversary of the signing of the Economic Opportunity Act, a major event in the ongoing War on Poverty. To learn more about the event, visit MinnCAP's website.
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