Nonprofits typically have fewer unemployment claims than the private sector; therefore, they often subsidize the state unemployment fund by paying more than necessary. Federal and state laws allow 501(c)(3) organizations to reimburse the state unemployment fund, rather than pay the SUI tax in advance of having actual claims. FNP’s unemployment programs may well reduce your unemployment costs if you currently participate in the state tax system and can provide you with a safety net if you have already chosen the reimbursable option.
Participation in FNP programs provides:
•Fixed annual cost for budgetary certainty
•Multiple options for different coverage levels specific to CAP agency needs
•Knowledgeable team of unemployment specialists to handle all your UI needs
•Expert claims representation for unemployment hearings and audits
•Access to training and services that can decrease the number of invalid unemployment claims
•No pooling or shared risk
We encourage you to watch this informative webinar. A quote from FNP is free with no obligation to join their program, so you have nothing to lose! As an added bonus, Community Action Agencies receive a 20% discount on the one-time enrollment fee.
Abby Hanks of the Virginia State Office on Volunteerism and Community Services and Lil Dupree of the Partnership speak about AmeriCorps VISTA, its long history with Community Action, and how to get started using this incredible resource.
Robin Phillips, Executive Director of the National Rural Transit Assistance Program shares her extensive experience in designing, developing, and maintaining rural transportation systems. While highlighting successful programs, including Community Action programs, we look at the critical components of comprehensive planning and funding development.
This webinar includes an introduction and overview of key elements of resource development and sustainability for new staff members and a thoughtful review for seasoned development staff. The National Community Action Partnership staff presenting will cover financing challenges, sustainability planning, grants, social enterprise, fee for service, and fundraising.
The webinar discusses how Community Action can leverage solar energy to maximize impact in rural communities.
This webinar features Dr. Dense Shervington who illustrates the effects of structural oppression, societal disfranchisement on communities of color and discusses the importance of trauma-informed care for this population, providing insight on how community-based organizations can work to help create steps and opportunity for healing on the individual, family, and community level.
In this webinar three Community Action leaders share their successful models for helping returning citizens integrate back into communities. The discussion will highlight integrative models, utilizing community partners and successful approaches as best practices.
Community Action Poverty Simulation (CAPS) is an interactive immersion experience designed to sensitize community participants to the realities of poverty, and ultimately transform perspectives. In this webinar, the National Community Action Partnership and Missouri Community Action Network discuss this powerful tool and how you can use it in your own community to make a lasting impact
Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) is about understanding processes and regularly using data for program improvement. This webinar will cover the purpose and benefits of CQI and the steps to take to implement CQI in your own agency, as well as highlight an example of how CQI is used by a local CAA.
For more than 50 years, Community Action has served as a dynamic and community-based force in addressing the causes and conditions of poverty throughout the USA. Hear from the Partnership’s CEO, Denise Harlow, as she takes us back to 1964 to explain the beginnings of the Promise of Community Action.
Join Partnership staff Lil Dupree and Aimee Roberge as they take you on an interactive, guided tour of the many resources available through the Community Action Partnership! This recorded webinar will show you how to find and utilize online tools, toolkits, webinars and recordings, and the online Community Action Academy. Perfect for both new and […]
Learn what a social enterprise is, what types of social enterprises are currently operated by CAAs, where to obtain funding, potential obstacles and how to overcome them. This session is meant for those who are thinking about the possibility of creating a social enterprise, but haven’t established one yet.
On May 7th, the Office of Management and Budget issued a request for comment on on a proposal to adjust how the Official Poverty Measure (OPM) is calculated.The proposal could result in an artificially low estimate of the number of children and families who fall below the official poverty line. This could eventually make fewer people eligible for benefits such as SNAP, Medicaid, and ACA subsidies, as well as programs like CSBG, Head Start, LIHEAP, Weatherization, and many others. This webinar will give an overview of the proposal and the possible impacts on Community Action. We will also share suggested comments and templates that your agency can use to officially weigh in the proposal if you choose. Comments on the Federal Register Notice are due June 21.
This webinar discusses data collection, analysis, and use in Community Action. This information will assist CAAs in identifying the processes and tools they currently use to collect data, as well as identifying the role that analysis plays in creating information for decision making. The webinar is intended to encourage follow-up dialogue among agency stakeholders for a critical reflection on the agency’s understanding of why data is collected and how it is used to increase agency capacity to achieve results, data collection processes, an assessment of reports, and basic data analysis techniques will be shared.
Can’t Find What You’re Looking For?
Please feel free to contact us..!
Our resource team can provide support with accessing resources from our new resource library.
For assistance with Management & Operations resources, please contact: Liza Poris
For assistance with Innovative Practices resources, please contact: Hyacinth McKinley