Community Action Partnership Endorsed Vendors
Mutual of America’s 403(b) Thrift plan is an employer-sponsored retirement savings plan that operates much like the 401(k) plan. The 403(b) Thrift plan is only available to employees of public schools and charities exempt from federal income tax under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) section 501(c)(3) (not-for-profit tax-exempt employers that are not wholly owned by a state or local government) and to church or qualified church-controlled organizations as described in Section 3121(w)(3) of the IRC. Learn more about how your agency can offer a retirement plan through Mutual of America.
The Nonprofit Risk Management Center inspires effective risk management and Risk Champions across the nonprofit sector. NPRMC enables nonprofit leaders to identify and manage risks that threaten their missions and operations, while empowering them to leverage opportunities and take bold, mission-advancing risks. You can learn more about the Nonprofit Risk Management Center by clicking here. Access the Risk Management Portal for Community Action here.
Enjoy big savings on services such as rental cars, office supplies and more, through PurchasingPoint, a group purchasing service available to Partnership members. Maintain your existing contracts with companies like Sprint, FedEx, Staples, and others by registering with vendors on CAPurchasingPoint.com. Community Action Partnership’s membership in the National Human Services Assembly (NHSA) allows us to offer this money-saving benefit to our Community Action members.
Click here to learn more about how Purchasing Point can save your nonprofit and its employees money.
Community Action Partnership and Springfield College School of Professional and Continuing Studies have solidified an agreement in which staff employed by member Agencies of the Partnership can access education and training opportunities. Specifically, staff enrolled in Springfield College School of Professional and Continuing Studies can earn undergraduate credits for completing training modules offered by the Partnership (ROMA – 6 Credits, Strengths-Based Family Workers – 4 Credits, Family Development Credential – 6 Credits). For more information click here or call (800) 727-0004. Please identify yourself as CAP member.
Safelink is a government-sponsored program that provides a free cell phone and airtime each month to qualifying customers. The goal behind Safelink’s partnership with low-income social service organizations is to enable more people to become aware of their eligibility for this program and to help generate additional resources for these organizations. To learn more and enroll your Agency in the program, contact Sranda Watkins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
First Nonprofit (FNP) provides state-compliant, individually insured, cost-saving options to satisfy State Unemployment Insurance (SUI) requirements for nonprofit, governmental, and tribal entities. We are, and have been, the nationwide leader in providing the greatest variety, most unique and enduring programs for managing state unemployment reimbursing risk for over two decades.