Nonprofit Success Stories
As seen at our Community Impact Breakfast in the fall of 2018, watch this highlight video that shows some of the projects Apparo led in 2018 that created more good in the world by partnering corporate volunteers with nonprofits in need.
Opera Carolina + Bank of America: Community Impact Project
Volunteers from Bank of America helped nonprofit Opera Carolina create a technology plan that will allow them to better budget and plan for future technology initiatives over the next 2-3 years.
Apparo, Wal-Mart & Dress for Success Team Up to Revamp Career Center
The Dress for Success career center empowers women through access to computers and IT support to enhance job preparedness and acquisition.
Women Executives Partners with Apparo for WINGS Laptop Training
WINGS stands for Women Initiating and Nurturing Growth Through Scholarships. The scholars are non-traditional students at Charlotte universities. They benefit tremendously from the laptops and training they receive. The partnership is part of Apparo's Tech Therapy program.
Leveraging technology to create positive social change.
Recent Projects & Nonprofit Partner Updates
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.
The Epiphany School of Charlotte is a nonprofit, independent day school dedicated to providing proven programs for students with Asperger’s or other social communication differences.
Caterpillar impacts the Huntington Green community by doing life with our neighbors. We are in this life together. We want our families to know that when no one else sees them or listens to them or believes in them that we will.
The mission of Jewish Family Services is to strengthen and empower individuals and families through professional counseling, programs and services inspired by Jewish values.
LIFESPAN began in 1973 when five children were excluded from Charlotte-Mecklenburg public school education due to their significant developmental disabilities.