Bank of America volunteers helped Dottie Rose Foundation identify the best donor management tool for their nonprofit.
Enriching education, work experience and community connections are the goals of Apparo’s partnership with University of North Carolina Charlotte.
Duke Energy skilled volunteers conducted a software selection project, from which Crisis Assistance Ministry Gastonia anticipates serving 25% more clients and saving almost 800 hours in staff time.
Carolina Breast Friends recently teamed up with Apparo and volunteers from Wells Fargo, ATD, Crafted and UNCC to identify a new software solution to track survivors and donors. As a result of this solution, CBF anticipates saving 1,000+ hours annually in staff time. They will also experience a cost savings of $26,000.
A Better World completed another phase in their G.A.I.N. journey: their migration to SharePoint with a volunteer from Charlotte Networks. As a result of this project, they anticipate improved improved operating efficiencies and expanded programming.
Carolina Raptor Center completed another phase in their G.A.I.N. journey: their migration to SharePoint with Compass Group, Hylaine and Image Design volunteers. As a result of this project, they anticipate improved improved operating efficiencies and increased revenue.
Improved operating efficiencies, enhanced security and the ability to serve clients better are just a few of the impacts that Thompson Child & Family Focus Services will realize as a result of the Technology Assessment and Plan provided by a skilled volunteer from MorganFranklin Consulting.
Wayfinders was matched to a volunteer team from CGI who supported them in selecting new software to track their programs, contacts and participants. As a result, they anticipate saving 50 hours/year, which will allow them expand their program and “to serve more students with life-changing camp, enrichment, and mentoring experiences.”
Access To Success Foundation received help identifying an integrated donor management system from Centric Consulting.
Shepherd’s Center of Charlotte continued their G.A.I.N. journey by migrating to SharePoint with the help of AmeriSourceBergen volunteers.