Apparo announces the six nonprofits selected to participate in the third cohort of G.A.I.N. – powered by Lowe’s. Nonprofit participants begin their one-year journey in our Growth, Agility, and Innovation for Nonprofits program.
Hylaine volunteers supported Changed Choices in the second phase of G.A.I.N. by providing a Salesforce review which will ultimately save the nonprofit 75 hours annually.
CGI skilled volunteers provided technology solutions and an assessment for Profound Gentlemen that will improve efficiencies and reduce manual data-entry.
CCP Tech volunteers will provide a technology process and policy assessment with Veterans Bridge Home to streamline nonprofit operations and mitigate risks.
OptML skilled volunteers delivered technology plan to Veterans Bridge Home that will help ensure their ability to deliver high quality service to Veterans as they grow reach by 57% this year.
Through Apparo’s G.A.I.N. Program, a team of skilled volunteers provided a technology assessment and recommendations that will allow OMITT to create efficiencies and build capacity.
CCP Tech skilled volunteer will support OMITT with a data management plan and training to enhance the team’s ability to collaborate.
Through Apparo’s G.A.I.N. Program, a team of skilled volunteers provided Changed Choices with a technology plan that will help them focus on amplifying their nonprofit mission.
SEI skilled volunteer team will conduct an assessment of current data management systems and assist with selecting a CRM application that best fits the needs of Digi-Bridge, a Charlotte nonprofit on a mission to provide students with state-of-the art technology.
Skilled volunteer Ross Feldman, of CCP Tech, delivered Tech Therapy to Apparo to help structure and streamline their G.A.I.N. Technology Plan process, increasing their capacity to amplify nonprofit impact.