The annual forum is just one small way in which we try to give back to the agencies that serve our communities. We recognize their tireless efforts and the wonderful work they do.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
On November 4th, The Horton Group will host its annual nonprofit forum. The yearly event is designed to bring together experts on key topics with nonprofit decision makers for a half day of sharing information, discussing alternatives and crafting solutions. Participants are also encouraged to network between presentations and are treated to breakfast and lunch.
“The annual forum is just one small way in which we try to give back to the agencies that serve our communities. We recognize their tireless efforts and the wonderful work they do. We want to take every opportunity not only to thank them, but bring additional resources and education to their agencies.” - Jason Helfert
This year, the forum presentation topics will focus on managed care from both a medical model and human service perspective, a general advocacy and budget update and how to address employee morale issues within your agency. Speakers for the featured topics include Art Jones, Principal, Health Management Associates; Judith Gethner, Executive Director for Illinois Partners for Human Service; and Kim Nygaard, On-Site Director at Countryside Association.
The event is being sponsored by IFF, a nonprofit lender and real estate consultant and Community Service Partners, Inc.
To register for this event, please click here: NonProfit Fall Forum.
For more information, please contact Deb Smith at 866.248.5300 or email workshops at workshops(at)thehortongroup(dot)com.
About The Horton Group
Founded in 1971, The Horton Group is one of the largest privately held insurance brokers in the country, ranking fifth in the metro Chicago market. Horton employs a model that focuses on driving down cost and workload for its clients. Horton’s unique combination of service capabilities and business excellence gives their clients real solutions to complex issues. Horton’s tools, techniques and talent come together to form their aggressive, growth-oriented culture of quality.