tance League of Charlotte seeks a corporate volunteer team to provide a tech assessment and plan to address their infrastructure pain points, security and policies.
Every quarter, Apparo curates the impact you – our donors, volunteers, word-of-mouthers, and overall advocates – made possible. This time, we’ve taken a special look back at the entire 2019-2020 fiscal year. We hope you enjoy!
Chatham County Council on Aging has been matched with a volunteer to help them better understand their current technology landscape in order to identify system(s) that can continue to move their organization forward.
Duke Energy volunteers will help Camino Community Center gain a better understanding of their technology landscape and provide a roapmap for improvement.
Alexander Youth Network (AYN) will receive a technology assessment and refreshed technology plan from volunteers from Slalom Consulting.
Access To Success Foundation will receive help identifying an integrated donor management/CRM system from Centric Consulting.
Feeding Charlotte will receive help from AAA Carolinas to more efficiently solve issues of hunger and food waste in our community.
In this interview, we discuss the “secret sauce” that makes working with Apparo unique, the importance of sustainability, how we stay ahead of tech + more.
The awards include Mission Possible: The Economic Opportunity Award for nonprofits, and the TechExec and TechEntrepreneur Community Impact Awards for tech leaders.
The new tools Veterans Bridge Home have put into place nearly double those served and halve the time to wait for service.