Mooresville Soup Kitchen turned to Apparo for assistance identifying a system that will allow them to better track program participant data and allow for effective and accurate reporting.
Charlotte Rescue Mission has received pro bono support from Apparo since 2015, taking advantage of our Advisory, Education and Solutions services.
The Ada Jenkins Center received Apparo’s 2019 Mission Possible: The Economic Opportunity Award, sponsored by Accenture, on May 11 at the 13th Annual ConnectivIT® Ball. Apparo’s ConnectivIT® Series culminated at the Ball, where the organization reached a series fundraising total of more than $1 million.
As 2016 Technology for Innovation Award winners, leadership of Lupus Foundation of America, North Carolina Chapter (LFANC) knew Apparo well and knew we would be there to support them in their ongoing business process and technology needs. They recently reached out to Apparo to address their very slow internet speed and aging telephone system.
As Apparo’s 2016 Website for Good Award winner, Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation had an outdated website with few capabilities, academic language that didn’t appeal to constituents, and lacked social media integration.
As winners of Apparo’s Mission Possible Award in 2017, Heart Math Tutoring’s Emily Gaffney, Executive Director, and Rebecca Presnell, Business Operations Manager, are very familiar with the Community Impact Project (CIP) process and its benefits.
Apparo is proud to announce that Stephanie McKee, our Director of Technology Engagements, has been recognized as one of the 50 Most Influential Women by The Mecklenburg Times.
In 2016, Apparo joined forces with Loaves and Fishes and The Comdyn Group to bring Loaves and Fishes’s food pantry into the 21st century. The outcome was remarkable. Here is Loaves and Fishes’s story, told by the organization, themselves.
In 2016, The Lupus Foundation of North Carolina won Apparo’s Technology Innovation Award (now, Mission Possible Award), sponsored by Accenture. Project Inclusion was born.
Ingersoll Rand transformed Men’s Shelter of Charlotte’s functionality by digitizing 4,000 client files to improve the team’s efficiency, enabling men to receive quick assistance so that their stories include a warm bed.