Through a project sponsored by Wells Fargo and delivered by a corporate volunteer team from American Tire Distributors, The Backpack Weekend Food Program will receive software selection and implementation guidance.
Charlotte Pipe & Foundry Company is helping Habitat for Humanity of Charlotte and Our Towns Habitat consolidate data into one database and set up needed reports.
Compass Group North America will help Community Culinary School of Charlotte by providing a technology assessment and plan in order to help prioritize their technology needs and move the organization forward.
Slalom Consulting is helping The YMCA of Greater Charlotte, Social Responsibility area, to address their manual, time-consuming, Excel-based processes.
The Epiphany School of Charlotte, with support from ACN volunteers, is in search of the donor management tool that will best help them grow.
A corporate volunteer team from Deloitte will support Project Scientist in implementation of InFlow.
Volunteers from SoftwareONE are helping Loaves & Fishes migrate to SharePoint and OneDrive in order to improve their efficiency.
As the winner of the 2019 Mission Possible Award, Ada Jenkins Center is receiving $10,000 USD and $50,000 worth of pro bono Accenture consulting to implement Lifetick, an online goal-setting software platform.
The Latin American Coalition has been matched with a volunteer to provide a technology assessment and plan to help them achieve their efficiency, budgeting, planning and security goals.
Corporate volunteers from Service Logic and SeedSpark will help The Joe Martin ALS Foundation assess their current use of technology and provide a technology plan, including budget and timeline.