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.
Every quarter Apparo curates the impact you – our donors, volunteers, word-of-mouthers, and overall advocates – have made possible. We hope you enjoy!
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.
2018 Mission Possible Award Winner Charlotte Bilingual Preschool has been selected as a MECK Pre-K site. As they enter their 20th year of service, this partnership will enable them to provide families with extended day preschool programs for the first time.
We caught up with Sarah Cherne, President and CEO, and Stacy Kiker, Finance Analyst and IT Lead, of Junior Achievement of Central Carolinas to check in on the results of their 2017 Community Impact Project.
As 2016 Technology for Innovation Award winners, leadership of Lupus Foundation of America, North Carolina Chapter (LFANC) knew Apparo well and knew we would be there to support them in their ongoing business process and technology needs.
As Apparo’s 2016 Website for Good Award winner, Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation had an outdated website with few capabilities, academic language that didn’t appeal to constituents, and lacked social media integration.
Festival in the Park needed to improve their communication around their two major events. EPIC Change Agent Rhonda Evans of RiMu Consulting and technology volunteers from Insight Global stepped up to the challenge.
In 2016, Apparo joined forces with Loaves and Fishes and The Comdyn Group to bring Loaves and Fishes’s food pantry into the 21st century. The outcome was remarkable. Here is Loaves and Fishes’s story, told by the organization, themselves.
In 2016, The Lupus Foundation of North Carolina won Apparo’s Technology Innovation Award (now, Mission Possible Award), sponsored by Accenture. Project Inclusion was born.