Business Technology Projects
Community Impact Projects (CIP)
Ready to serve better and serve more? Ready to serve more efficiently?
Of course you are. Your nonprofit is bursting with ideas and the drive to bring big change to the community. But you need the staff, skills, and a budget for up-to-date technology to make it happen.
We get that. And we have skilled volunteers who are ready to bring your project to life.
Most common Community Impact Projects (CIP) include:
- Technology plans
- Business process assessments
- Software selections
The possibilities don't stop there. Not sure exactly what support you need? No problem. Fill out the form below to get the conversation started.
Past Community Impact Projects
G.A.I.N. Community Impact Project: Shepherd’s Center of Charlotte – SharePoint Implementation + Migration
To be eligible for a CIP, organizations must meet all of the following criteria:
- Hold current 501(c)(3) nonprofit designation
- Employ at least one full-time paid staff member
- Be located in the Greater Charlotte area
- Have a mission that does not focus primarily on promoting religious activity or political campaign activity
- Have a minimum annual operating budget of $250,000
Community Impact Project Steps
Apparo meets with a nonprofit to understand their needs and fit for a CIP.
Apparo finds volunteer(s) with the right expertise.
Apparo introduces the nonprofit to the corporate volunteer to confirm fit.
Corporate volunteer begins project work. Apparo facilitates to ensure a sustainable solution. Typical timeframe: 12-16 weeks.
Project concludes, and Apparo follows up regularly to ensure solution is maintained.
Let's Get Started!
Interested in a Community Impact Project for your nonprofit? Review the eligibility requirements above and complete this interest form.