FSCA to Host Statewide Legislative Day - Wednesday, September 9
The FSCA is hosting a statewide legislative day on Wednesday, September 9, which will be free for all within funeral service to come to Madison and meet with your area legislators. The goal of this event is to introduce the funeral profession to the policy makers of Wisconsin, thereby creating a connection between industry and legislative leaders.
The event will begin at 11:00 AM with a general membership meeting, a working luncheon and legislative update* as a preparation for the afternoon of “Hiking the Hill” where those in attendance will go to the Capitol and meet with their area legislators.
Registrations for this event can be made online by clicking here. Deadline for registrations is Friday, September 4, 2015.
Sponsorship opportunities are also available for those wishing to support this event. Register as a sponsor by clicking here.
We look forward to seeing everyone at this important event!
*The membership meeting and legislative update is approved for 2 hours of continuing education for funeral directors under Category 2.
FSCA Offers New Members 50% Off Dues for 2015
The FSCA is happy to announce that for all new members joining now through 2015 will receive 50% off their membership dues.
The FSCA offers our members legislative representation in the Capitol, an annual conference with top-ranked speakers and continuing education credits for both funeral directors and insurance representatives, networking and socializing opportunities and monthly membership meetings.
To review more benefits of becoming a member of the FSCA, please click here.
To review the 2015 membership application offering 50% off dues for new members, please click here.
Important Message from the FSCA Regarding the Wisconsin Funeral Directors Association's Wisconsin Funeral Trust
The Funeral Service & Cremation Alliance of Wisconsin (FSCA) is aware of the questions that have been brought to light concerning the Wisconsin Funeral Director Association's (WFDA) Wisconsin Funeral Trust and shares the mutual concerns of consumers and our funeral director colleagues.
We think it is important for you to know:
Who We Are
The Funeral Service & Cremation Alliance of Wisconsin (FSCA) is a professional trade association, founded in 1996, and dedicated to serving the needs of the Funeral Director profession. FSCA works to protect funeral directors legislatively and regulatorily, while at the same time, remaining progressive and proactive within the legislative arena. FSCA also works to improve the public image of funeral directors and to raise the professional level of those working within the industry.
Membership Benefits of Joining the FSCA
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