Backpack Weekend Food Program received software selection and implementation guidance from volunteers from American Tire Distributors and Wells Fargo.
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’s own Development team took advantage of Tech Therapy, working with volunteers from Centric Consulting.
Latin American Coalition received a technology assessment and plan to help them achieve their efficiency, budgeting, planning and security goals.
As part of the inaugural G.A.I.N. cohort, Youth Development Initiatives has completed their technology assessment and plan phase.
Young Black Leadership Alliance has received a tech assessment and plan from Bank of America volunteers as part of their journey in the G.A.I.N. program.
Apparo volunteer and donor since 2019, Bill has already delivered 70+ hours of service.
Apparo volunteer since 2016, TJ has also supported us as a donor, speaker and corporate sponsor.
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.
In the winter of 2020, Kavya Pasumarthy provided Charlotte nonprofits with nearly $4,000 in value of support through two initiatives. Kavya served as an IT Coach for Crisis Assistance Ministry (read more below) and also supported Apparo by helping to update technology ecosystem data for Charlotte-area nonprofits. See See PDF of Volunteer Spotlight for more […]