Dynamic Communities is raising awareness for three important charities during their annual event.
Tampa (FL) – For the first time ever Dynamic Communities, a business management organization that develops and supports technology-centric user groups, is partnering with three charities at User Group Summit North America. These organizations appearing at the conference are Camaraderie Foundation, Mindshift, and Think Big for Kids. User Group Summit North America is Dynamic Communities’ annual conference for users of the Microsoft Business Applications platform, which includes Dynamics and the Power Platform. The conference starts October 15 and lasts through October 18.
Camaraderie Foundation is based in Orlando, FL, Summit’s host city in 2019. This foundation offers a Mentor Leadership Program to prepare transitioning service members for a career in the local community.
Mindshift is based in Moorhead, MN, near the location of Dynamic Communities’ main office in Fargo, ND. Mindshift helps businesses employ the strengths of people on the autism spectrum.
Think Big for Kids is based in Tampa, FL, the founding city of Dynamic Communities. This organization provides career exploration, mentorship and job readiness to help all kids find a path to success.
How to get Involved
Summit attendees can visit the Camaraderie Foundation, Mindshift, and Think Big for Kids booths in the expo hall to learn more about the organizations and ask about opportunities to donate. Attendees can also attend dedicated presentations inside the Community Theater during the event that showcase the organizations.
A History of Giving
Practicing servanthood is a longstanding core value of Dynamic Communities. Past volunteer initiatives include Churches United, Great Plains Food Bank, Project Connect Nashville, and at User Group Summit 2018, packaging 50,000 meals as a community for Rise Against Hunger.
“Dynamic Communities’ most inspiring achievements are measured in many ways, but one of the most important ways is the volunteerism and generosity of our members and staff who are helping to improve the communities in which we work and live,” said Andy Hafer, founder of Dynamic Communities.