See You at the 2019 NHSA Conference – True Fund Acct

Take the edge off after your travels to San Antonio, Texas, for the 2019 National Head Start Conference and ExpoJoin us at Booth #334 during the Welcome Reception today, Monday, April 29 from 5 to 7 p.m., where MIP by Community Brands will be sponsoring a bar with free drink tickets. Stop by and say hi to me and my coworkers, Joe and Scott, and get your badge scanned for a free drink ticket.

Educational Sessions for Nonprofit Finance Professionals

We’re also hosting an educational session intended for nonprofit finance professionals on how to identify and deter fraud in your organization.

Session: Fancy Yourself Sherlock Holmes? Detecting Fraud with MIP Fund Accounting.

Tuesday, April 30, 11 a.m. to noon

Speaker: Scott Williams, Sales Engineer, MIP, Community Brands

Venue: Henry B. González Convention Center

Room: 217B

Description: Fraud is always a threat to nonprofit organizations. Tight budgets and staff shortages often contribute to a lack of oversight and prevention measures. This makes nonprofits more vulnerable, and the cost of vulnerability is high. After this session, you’ll be the Sherlock Holmes of nonprofit fraud. You’ll learn to:

  • Understand the profile of someone most likely to commit fraud
  • Understand the most common types of fraud that occur
  • Understand how you can use MIP to deter fraud

Other sessions to check out:

Session: Managing Multiple Funding Streams: When to Cost Allocate!
Tuesday, April 30, 11 a.m. to noon

Speaker: Perry Davis, Finance/Management Specialist, Western Kentucky University Child Care Consortium

Venue: Henry B. González Convention Center

Room: 206A

Description: Head Start and Early Head Start Grantees and their Delegates Agencies are meeting the full-day needs of their children and families by utilizing multiple resources, including funding. To ensure resources are effectively and efficiently used programs must determine if it’s necessary to allocate resources. This workshop will provide participants will information on when it’s necessary to develop and implement a Cost Allocation Plan.

See You There!

We look forward to seeing you at our booth throughout the week and at our session. Stop by to learn more about why MIP Fund Accounting is the software of choice for your nonprofit.

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