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.
Backpack Weekend Food Program received software selection and implementation guidance from volunteers from American Tire Distributors and Wells Fargo.
A corporate volunteer team from Rodgers Builders, supported by a sponsorship from Novant Health, has helped Carolina Breast Friends with a much needed telephone system update.
Apparo and Polypore are credited with “revolutionizing” RunningWorks and enabling the creation of their new housing initiative.
CapTech helped GenOne improve their use of technology solutions so that they can save significant time, which they can put to work to expand their program.
Apparo matched Carolina Youth Coalition with a corporate volunteer team from Duke Energy who helped them address their technology concerns and improve the way they serve their students.
Cardinal Innovations helped LIFESPAN modernize their employee education programs, leading to a reduction in expense and improved service to LIFESPAN constituents.
Daidre Fanis, Executive Director & Practice Leader, M&S Consulting and President, SIM Charlotte Chapter put her Salesforce expertise to work as a skilled volunteer to help Lily Pad Haven improve the way they support survivors of human trafficking.
Renato Cabral has been an Apparo volunteer since 2018, serving on Community Impact Projects with both Charlotte Family Housing and Cross Country for Youth.
As the winner of the 2019 Mission Possible Award, Ada Jenkins Center received $10,000 USD and $50,000 worth of pro bono Accenture consulting.