AccuFund, a provider of nonprofit accounting and fundraising software, is hosting its inaugural user conference this October. The event will be held from Oct. 23-15 in Centennial, Colo.

The AccuFund Summit for Nonprofits and Government, Ascending to New Heights, is aimed at providing AccuFund customers intensive learning from the experts who develop, train and support their AccuFund solution. So far, the attendee pool is made up of 51 percent nonprofit organizations, 26 percent Native American governments, and 23 percent local municipalities and governments.

The keynote speaker is resilience coach and author Ana-Christina. She provides training that purports to leverage the science of brain-body physiology to improve resourcefulness. She claims to equip participants with essential, simple strategies to build a sense of “positive expectancy and professional resilience.”

Attendees will be able to attend sessions that fall into four distinct tracks: reporting, applications, technical and specialty, which includes representative payee, government, payroll and nonprofit. There will also be networking opportunities, and CPE will be offered.

“... We are thrilled to see a wide assortment of organizations and agencies from all parts of the United States represented. Their desire to increase their proficiency with the system and improve their productivity will help position their organizations/agencies for ongoing growth and mission fulfilment,” said Peter Stam, AccuFund president, in a statement.

For more information on the conference, click here.

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