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2014 Spring National SBIR Conference

The 2014 Spring National SBIR Conference, held at the Gaylord Center in National Harbor adjacent to Washington, DC! 
 

The conference offers high-value information from all of the Federal Agencies that have SBIR programs. They will discuss current technology and capability needs for their agency , how to win SBIR awards, and how your business will benefit from SBIR. This event is co-located with TechConnect & National Innovation Summit, representing North America's largest multi-sector conference for technology innovators, business developers, government leaders, and funders. You will also have the opportunity to set up face-to-face meetings with the Feds and Fortune 500 firms seeking small business partners and in-depth tutorials will be available on the 16th.
 

When: Monday, June 16 through Wednesday, June 18.
 

Who should attend: Anyone who wants to gain access to over $2 Billion in R&D Federal funding set aside for small technology firms.
 

For more information: go to www.nationalsbirconference.com.

 
HHS Provides $50 Million to Expand Treatment for Substance Use, Mental Health
Saturday, 14 December 2013 15:06

According to Drugfree.org, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced its plans to provide $50 million to expand treatment for substance use disorders and mental health. The funds will be used to hire staff, add services and employ team-based models of care. The funds will go to approximately 200 community health centers, UPI reports: The Health Resources and Services Administration Administrator, Mary K. Wakefield, said: “Most behavioral health conditions are treatable, yet too many Americans are not able to get needed treatment” in a news release. “These new Affordable Care Act funds will expand the capacity of our network of community health centers to respond to the mental health needs in their communities."


For additional information, please go here.  If you are a community health center, and need information in how to apply for this new grant funding, please email us here.


The president’s fiscal year 2014 budget also provides funds to train 5,000 more mental health professionals, as well as $130 million to help teachers recognize signs of mental illness in students and refer them to services, and to support innovative state-based programs to improve mental health outcomes for young people. Such funding cannot be awarded soon enough, especially true in light of the recent tragedy in Colorado, yet again.


The number of people seeking addiction treatment could double under the Affordable Care Act. Under the new law, four million people with drug and alcohol problems will become eligible for insurance coverage. How many new patients will seek addiction treatment will depend in part on how many states decide to expand their Medicaid programs.

 
Fundraising Guidelines for Charities  E-mail
Thursday, 15 August 2013 12:28

We get asked about fundraising on a daily basis, and what the IRS does and does not allow. Please take some time to view the following video. In this video, the IRS briefly discusses ways that nonprofit organizations can raise money and the important tax rules associated with each type of fundraising activity.




 

To learn more about our new low prices and additional services for the NPO community, please see below.


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We want you to check us out, but be sure to check out our main competition too. You'll find they not only charge MORE than we do, but they'll do less work! Take a look - you'll probably be surprised by what you find. Let's just say that "BIG name" and lots of advertising does not always mean better! Go HERE to find out more.
 

You'll also find we don't nickel and dime you to death, like our competition does. We make it real simple for you: we charge a flat rate to prepare all the documents you need, in order to obtain tax-exempt, corporate status. That means that UNLIKE THE COMPETITION, we don't charge extra for your ByLaws. Or your Incorporation. Or your EIN. Or even your state business or tax-exempt registrations, if applicable. It's that simple!
 

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New Low Prices!

That's right folks - for the rest of the year, we've lowered our prices! If you're ready to begin your project, give us a call for a FREE quote today: 865.249.6311. If you'd prefer, feel free to email me for information here.
 

For the latest information on new grant funding - be sure to visit our "grant funding" page! If you don't find something that suits your needs, then be sure to call us:865.249.6311.


NEW: Website AND Business Logo Development Services!

If you're looking for a company that understands your organization's unique website and/or business logo development needs, then look no further! We now have experts who can provide these services to you as well! Go here for further information.
 

*New Clients previously not quoted!

 
News from the Division of Grants Administration  E-mail
Revised planning amounts for programs in the 2013–2014 NCLB Consolidated Federal Grant Application are now available on the Division of Grants Administration Federal Entitlements page. Planning amounts for open-enrollment charter schools, South Texas ISD, Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired, and Texas School for the Deaf are included.


Public school districts that have submitted their 2013-2014 NCLB Consolidated Federal Grant Application based on preliminary planning amounts may adjust budgets and support schedules as appropriate during the negotiation process. If a notice of grant award (NOGA) has been awarded, the applicant may initiate an amendment to incorporate the revised planning amounts. Lastly, if your LEA has not submitted its NCLB application, budgets are populated with revised planning amounts and applications are due September 4, 2013.


Note: If your school district has received a NOGA and your Title I, Part A entitlement has been revised, the per pupil amounts in the SC5000 do not need to be updated. 




 
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