About the event
Join us for the 2019 Human Service Conference in May! The Maryland Community Action Partnership will host its annual Human Service Conference in Hunt Valley— May 6-9, 2019. The conference will be held at the Delta Hotel- Baltimore Hunt Valley located at 245 Shawan Road, Hunt Valley, MD 21031
This year’s conference theme; “Navigating the High Road to Service, Action and Advocacy” will highlight strategies to improve human service delivery, enhance communities and make known the plight of the poor. Human Service professionals and Community Action Agencies throughout Maryland, DC and Delaware come together during this conference to further the mission of helping people and changing lives.
Why should you sponsor?
This gathering presents a great opportunity for vendors with products and services that can benefit agencies serving low-income individuals and families. The Community Action Network serves every county in Maryland, DC and Delaware. Services range from Head Start, nutrition, affordable housing, weatherization, senior care, homeless prevention and more… In addition, other service providers offering an array of services will also be in attendance.
We welcome you to come show your products and services which will serve as tools to help agencies in changing lives. As sponsors you will receive conference wide recognition and will enable agencies to enhance services rendered to the most needed populations.
All contributions are subject to IRS regulations as Maryland Community Action Partnership is a tax exempt organization classified as a 501 (c) 3 organization.
For more information about MCAP and the conference, visit www.maryland-cap.org. Please contact Kia Holder at 443-482-5172 (office) or via email at *****@****.*** if you have questions. Thank you for your support and we hope you will take this opportunity to join us.
Maryland Association of Community Action Agencies was established in July 1986. The non-profit multi-regional association advocates on behalf of Community Action Agencies (CAA’s) and partnering organizations that serve individuals and families with low incomes who reside in Maryland, Delaware and the District of Columbia to ensure their voices are heard at the local, state and national levels.
We work in collaboration with a variety of public and private organizations to produce an innovative and structured approach to making collaboration work across government, business, philanthropy, non-profit organisations and citizens to achieve significant and lasting social change.
The State Association provides training and technical assistance, advocacy, and networking opportunities to the board of directors and staff of these agencies, as well as, as to other nonprofit organizations with similar missions.
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