2004 IDA and asset-development Conference

Posted on July 30, 2004

Register today for the 2004 IDA Learning Conference: Sharing Our Visions, Forging Our Paths in New Orleans, Louisiana, on September 21-23!

This year more than 800 asset leaders that represent nonprofits, foundations, corporations, governments, youth initiatives, and financial and academic institutions are expected to attend the IDA conference in culturally rich New Orleans. The three-day event will highlight innovations and best practices, the Assets for Independence Act and other policies, and strategies to create millions of asset accounts for low-income families in the next decade.

For the first time, the Office of Community Services (OCS) within the Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is partnering with CFED and the Center for Social Development to deliver the most exciting IDA conference to date. And like past years, members of the IDA and asset-building field have made significant contributions to help ensure a high-quality conference. Asset leaders from various sectors submitted more than 100 ideas to help shape sessions and are volunteering their time to present workshops, host Time-to-Talk roundtables, and more. The result of this exciting collaboration is a menu of fresh and comprehensive conference activities that are sure to inspire innovation.

Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with colleagues, share innovations, and help direct the future of this movement. Early bird registration ends August 20, so register today to save money and secure your space at the largest gathering of the IDA and asset-building field.

CFED
777 North Capitol St NE, Suite 800, Washington, DC 20002
phone: 202.408.9788 fax: 202.408.9793
websites: http://www.cfed.org e-mail: Rita.Bowen@cfed.org


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