Ally Financial volunteers delivered a data storage strategy to improve collaboration and business efficiency for BraveWorks, so that they can deepen and expand their service to vulnerable women.
Community Impact Projects
Deloitte skilled volunteers conducted a technology assessment and provide recommendations for improvement for Cain Center for the Arts.
Duke Energy skilled volunteers will conduct a business process review and make recommendations for optimized use of Microsoft Teams for The Independence Fund.
Young Black Leadership Alliance received assistance setting up and migrating to SharePoint through Apparo’s G.A.I.N. 2-year program.
Deloitte and CapTech skilled volunteers delivered a technology plan and supported Echo Foundation in selecting a database tool to improve their ability to serve.
Skilled volunteers worked with Freedom Communities to select a new client and program management software solution.
Coca-Cola Consolidated skilled volunteers provided a recommended technology plan to Safe Alliance through Apparo’s Community Impact Project program.
Jabian Consulting helped Loaves & Fishes and Friendship Trays select the best donor management system to support their newly merged organizations.
Thank you to the Charlotte Business Journal for highlighting Apparo’s impact on the Charlotte community, together with UNC Charlotte our corporate partners: Accenture, American Tire Distributors, AmerisourceBergen, Amicus.io, Crafted, EY, Jabian Consulting, Lowe’s, NTT, Rodgers Builders, Wells Fargo and Xcoobee.
Youth Development Initiatives completed another phase in Apparo’s 2-year nonprofit accelerator: migration to SharePoint and O365 with volunteers from LPL Financial, WSP, Divergent IT and Charlotte Networks.