Utah nonprofits can learn about risk management, cost savings at upcoming conference

August 28, 2014

Utah nonprofits can learn about risk management, cost savings at upcoming conference

Nonprofits in the Beehive State have an exciting opportunity to learn about effective options for managing their unemployment costs at the upcoming Utah Nonprofits Association (UNA) Conference. First Nonprofit Group, a partner of the UNA, will be in attendance as an exhibitor to help visitors learn about the various options they have for reimbursing jobless claims as an alternative to contributing to the state unemployment tax (SUTA) pool. Along with this opportunity, attendees will be able to take part in breakout sessions and speak with a wide array of exhibitors to learn about effective strategies that can be utilized in many different operational areas by nonprofit groups of all sizes and forms.

Under the cohesive theme of "Leading together as forces for good," members of the Utah Nonprofits Association will be able to learn about aspects of operation ranging from financial management, volunteer development, leadership and fundraising. A series of informative sessions in seven different categories run throughout the day, which will be kicked off by a keynote breakfast speech from Leslie Crutchfield, who recently authored nonprofit guidance book "Forces for Good." Crutchfield, who focuses on high-impact philanthropy and scaling social innovation in her work, will also lead two of the breakout sessions.

Prospective attendees have a variety of options for the conference, including full- and half-day registration types. There will be plenty of opportunities to learn about effective nonprofit management and interact with exhibitors and vendors offering information, products and services to help charitable organizations succeed. The conference will take place on Sept. 18 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Utah Cultural Celebration Center in West Valley City. To learn more and to register for the event, follow this link.

For information on how your organization can cost-effectively meet its unemployment insurance needs, contact First Nonprofit Group at FNCUI@firstnonprofit.com or visit www.firstnonprofitgroup.com.

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