In The News

Signature Deadline for HPCAR Special License Plate Soon!

Posted: November 15, 2018

We hope you will join us in this effort to bring more resources and education to consumers utilizing hospice and palliative care throughout our communities. 

Please e-sign our petition TODAY!

 

Call For Presentations For HCAC/HPCAR's 2019 Conference Due TOMORROW!

Submit your proposal before the Nov. 16 deadline!


It’s time to submit a proposal to share your insight, experiences and innovative ideas with the attendees at next year’s HCAC/HPCAR 2019 Conference in May 2019. The 2019 conference will be attended by hundreds of provider agencies in Colorado, Wyoming and adjacent states.

It’s a competitive process, so be sure to detail your presentation’s relevance to practice and the home care, hospice provider audiences.

The deadline for session proposal submissions is November 16, 2018. Please complete all the requested information on the Call for Presentations form and clearly describe your session content.

The education schedule will be announced on or near January 1, 2019.

Submit Your Proposal Today!

Click Here to Learn More!

 

Save-The-Date! The 2019 Rocky Mountain Hospice, Home Health & Home Care Conference

The 2019 Rocky Mountain Hospice, Home Health & Home Care Conference, sponsored jointly by the Home Care Association of Colorado and the Hospice & Palliative Care Association of the Rockies, will be May 15-17, at the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek.

Registration coming soon!

 

Join The HPCAR Education Committee!

We are looking for volunteers for the HPCAR Education Committee. The committee meets the first Tuesday of  every month at 10am via teleconference. Join us and learn about the committee and get involved with the 2019 conference!

If interested or have questions please email [email protected] 

 

Colorado Nonprofit Association Honors Legislative Leaders for Impact on Nonprofit Sector

Colorado Nonprofit Association honored the 2018 Nonprofit Impact Award winners at this year’s Colorado Nonprofit Conference: Intrepid at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel. The award recognizes public officials who champion sector-wide issues of critical importance to Colorado’s nonprofit organizations.

The award was presented to Senator Lois Court (D-Denver), Representative Chris Hansen (D-Denver), Representative James Wilson (R-Salida), the Colorado Department of State and the Colorado Department of Revenue for their efforts to pass the bipartisan bill, SB 18-141. SB 18-141 authorizes a new line on the tax form for 2020 called the "Donate to a Colorado Nonprofit Fund," which allows Colorado taxpayers to donate part or all of their tax refund to any nonprofit registered in Colorado.

“The passage of SB 18-141 is an example of Colorado’s collaborative spirit and cross-sector approach to solving a funding shortage,” said Renny Fagan, president and CEO of Colorado Nonprofit Association. “The financial strength of nonprofits is essential to the high quality of life we enjoy here in Colorado, and today, we recognize this year’s Nonprofit Impact Award winners for supporting charitable giving through sensible tax policies.”

Colorado Nonprofit Association is actively engaged in public policy advocacy to further the interests of the nonprofit sector and the people it serves. Each year, the Association works closely with public leaders to enact policies that not only support our nonprofits but also improve the health and well-being of Colorado’s communities. 

Click here to view original article.

 
<< first < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > last >>

Page 7 of 42