We recently checked in with Angela Woods, Executive Director of Girl Scouts, Hornets’ Nest Council to learn about the impact of their 2017 Community Impact Project, delivered by Jabian, and recent Tech Therapy with Apparo.
Festival in the Park needed to improve their communication around their two major events. EPIC Change Agent Rhonda Evans of RiMu Consulting and technology volunteers from Insight Global stepped up to the challenge.
Kevin has been supporting the Apparo mission since 2007, and has been actively involved since 2014 as a member of our Board of Directors and CIO Host Committee. And his support doesn’t stop there.
Elisa has been a standout Apparo advocate over the years. In addition to giving of her own time and money, Elisa supports our mission in myriad other ways.
A volunteer team has helped Men’s Shelter of Charlotte select and implement an incentive-based motivational system for men journeying out of homelessness.
A corporate volunteer team from Deloitte has supported Project Scientist in implementation of InFlow.
Nonprofit ZABS Place recently celebrated 5 years. Apparo crashed their party to celebrate with them and reflect on our recent partnership.
Volunteers from SoftwareONE have helped Loaves & Fishes migrate to SharePoint and OneDrive in order to improve their efficiency.
Anne Marie Worman, Executive Director of the Parkinson Association of the Carolinas shares the story of her Apparo Epic Community Impact Project.