Award opportunities highlight the critical importance of technology support for nonprofits, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As winners of Apparo’s 2020 Mission Possible Award, A Better World will receive $50,000 of pro bono consulting and $10,000 in cash from Accenture for the selection and implementation of a new data management system.
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.
Apparo and Accenture support has helped the Lupus Foundation be successful in their ability to work and serve those living with Lupus.
Spectrum News anchor Claudine Chalfant interviewed Apparo’s Director of Programs & Pro Bono Engagements, Lavonne McLean, about the Mission Possible Award program.
They touched on one of the biggest challenges nonprofits face, and why strong nonprofits are a critical component of addressing economic mobility in the area.
Charlotte Bilingual Preschool was the winner of Apparo’s 2018 Mission Possible Award, sponsored by Accenture. They received over $60,000 of service and a $10,000 towards improving their technology infrastructure.
As winners of Apparo’s Mission Possible Award in 2017, Heart Math Tutoring’s Emily Gaffney, Executive Director, and Rebecca Presnell, Business Operations Manager, are very familiar with the Community Impact Project (CIP) process and its benefits.
Apparo and Hospitality House of Charlotte have partnered since 2011. Hospitality House has participated in a grant program, received Tech Therapy, a Community Impact Project and Training to improve their ability to fulfill their mission.
Apparo’s work with Hospitality House of Charlotte began in 2011. We have worked together through a grant program, Tech Therapy, Training and a Community Impact Project. Currently, we are engaged in additional Tech Therapy.