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.
Hylaine skilled volunteer helped select donor management tool with Hope House Foundation to expand their support of single mothers facing homelessness.
A corporate volunteer team helped The Young Black Leadership Alliance determine the best donor management software application, which is anticipated to save significant staff time and boost fundraising.
Connecting Charlotte nonprofits to technology expertise and resources that amplify their impact – enjoy highlights of our work from this past quarter.
Alexander Youth Network worked with a volunteer team from Slalom on an updated technology assessment and roadmap.
Memory and Movement Charlotte completed another phase in their G.A.I.N. journey: their migration to SharePoint with volunteers from Accenture and Carolina Computer Partners.
A skilled volunteer delivered a strategic technology plan for Beds for Kids through Apparo’s Community Impact Project program.
Method skilled volunteers have helped create a new business strategy for City Startup Labs through Apparo’s Community Impact Project program.
Wells Fargo volunteers teamed up with Apparo to assist Mental Health America of Central Carolinas in a SharePoint configuration, migration and training project. As a result of this project, MHA anticipates increasing operating efficiencies, allowing them to amplify their reach, services and programs.