Apparo’s worked with Stand for Animals since 2014, serving them in a variety of ways. This news story reflects our partnership.
“It is a wonderful feeling to meet with new people, learn about their challenges and figure out ways to help them overcome those. Giving back to the community using my skills is incredibly healing, joyous and uplifting.”
Apparo connected A Child’s Place with AAA Carolinas to help them select a case management application for tracking and reporting on the homeless children they serve.
The Epiphany School of Charlotte, with support from ACN volunteers, is in search of the donor management tool that will best help them grow.
Apparo’s Tech Therapy is the first step in taking your nonprofit from outdated and overwhelmed to your most efficient and impactful. Here’s how we helped our nonprofit partners through Tech Therapy in July.
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.
Epiphany School of Charlotte received a business process landscape through Apparo and Jabian Consulting, resulting in school needs being communicated to the board more effectively.
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.
The PROJECT Podcast, hosted by Steve Rutherford, featured Apparo CEO, Kim Lanphear, with Charlotte Bilingual Preschool Executive Director, Banu Valladares, to talk about our partnership.
Apparo partnered IT volunteers from Bank of America with Opera Carolina to help them map out a technology plan.