Tax Weight Loss Action: House Bill 2626

House Bill 2626 was introduced to the House Tax Committee this last Tuesday with House Representative Blaine Finch, CEO of COF Training Services, Inc. Chris Patton, as well as several supporters of the bill.

The bill would grant tax credits to businesses that employ individuals with disabilities after a years worth of employment; giving them incentive to give these people the chance to make a difference in themselves and to give back to the community.

Tax-Weight Loss(tm)

Tax-Weight Loss™ is a concept that COF is initiating.  COF is actively helping the people we serve with their Tax-Weight Loss™ by promoting, finding, and creating competitive and integrated employment opportunities.  COF is also trying to positively affect state legislature to create tax and other incentives that will help in our campaign to let the people we serve meet their Tax-Weight Loss goals.  Please check back here soon for updates.

Steven Terry's Day at the Hartford Harvest Days event.

Steven Terry got to display and sell some of his artwork at the Hartford Harvest Days! This event is just a small piece of what COF has and will do to integrate our clients into the community.

100+ Golfers in COF Tournament June 11

28 teams of four golfers have registered to participate in the 4th Annual Friends of COF golf tournament June 11. The tournament will be held at Sycamore Ridge Golf Course in Spring Hill, KS. Check-in time is 7:30 a.m. There will be a shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. Thank you to all our Friends of COF for your support!

Cars For a Cause---COF

Although we've seen the last of this hot rod, COF welcomes the donation of vehicles and other assets. Donors can receive a tax deduction to the extent allowed by law for donations to COF. For more information about donating a vehicle, real estate, securities, or other items, please contact COF Community Relations Manager Carolyn Church at 785-242-5035, Ext. 321. The 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible donated by Jay Terry recently sold for $30,000.  The muscle car was sold at an auction in Kansas City. The Friends of COF are the beneficiary of this generous gift.

1967 Mustang Donated to COF

Jay Terry has donated his 1967 Ford Mustang convertible to the Friends of COF in order to help generate funds to help people served by COF.  This HOT, muscle car will be sold at the Mecum Auction at the Kansas City Convention Center Saturday April 25. Jay Terry was the driving force behind the founding of the Friends of COF and served as its President for the first 3 years. He is the father of two children. He has been associated as a parent with COF for the past 28 years.For more information about the auction and additional images of the car go to:

Integrated Employment Enterprises is in Business!

COF Training Services is working with IEE to find and develop work opportunities.  COF is using our Tax Weight Loss™ concept to help get people earned income hours and to decrease people’s Tax Weight™ making them less dependent on Government Subsidies.

COF will be giving regular updates about this on our Web Site.

COF Announces Date for 2015 Golf Tournament

Save the Date!

Friends of COF 4th Annual Benefit Golf Tournament

June 11, 2015

8:30 a.m.

Sycamore Ridge Golf Course

Spring Hill, KS

COF Training Services in the paper

We're in the paper with two articles!

 

COF Training Services buys Stan's Cleaning

COF Training Services Inc. is ready to roll out the carpet on its latest business acquisition. Read More...

COF Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest!

Nothing but ferocity, intensity and competitiveness out of our contestants in this year’s ugly christmas sweater contest!

Ugly Sweater Contest Participants

Congratulations to the participants and winners!

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