2015 Credit-Able AFP Strategic Planning Meeting
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Successful Strategies, Innovative Partnerships, Futures Planning
- Feburary 10 & 11, 2015
- Create a sustainable Credit-Able Program Model. Examine successful Alternative Financing Program Models that are affiliated with University Systems and 501c3 community-based organizations. Identify the structural components needed to build a sustainable AFP to best serve Georgians with disabilities.
- Create a sustainability plan for Credit-Able. Explore diversified funding structures of successful AFPs. Determine the best financial products and services for Credit-Able to provide. Identify financial institutions and other funding partnerships to develop transformational relationships that lead the Credit-Able Program to sustainability. These potential partnerships include Credit-Unions, Banks, CDFI, Brian & Spinal Cord Injury Trust Fund, Vocational Rehabilitation, and FEMA.
- Create Policies & Procedures for Credit-Able that support the new model and sustainability plan. Identify successful Policies & Procedures for AFP (governance/organizational structure, day-to-day operations, financial institution partnerships, marketing, risk-management strategies, user services, communication, etc.). Discuss and develop P&P for Georgia’s Credit-Able Program.