Duke Energy volunteers helped Apparo with a process improvement and application selection for RSVPs for the ConnectivIT® Ball.
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.
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.
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.
Wayfinders was matched to a volunteer team from CGI who supported them in selecting new software to track their programs, contacts and participants. As a result, they anticipate saving 50 hours/year, which will allow them expand their program and “to serve more students with life-changing camp, enrichment, and mentoring experiences.”
Primerica skilled volunteers are conducting a business process assessment to help ensure Rainbow Village’s ability to fulfill their nonprofit strategic goals.
Ally skilled volunteers assisted YDI with process improvement and selecting an application to safely store and teach their curriculum helping them save $10,400 in teachers’ salaries per year.
Skilled volunteers delivered Microsoft Excel team education and Tech Therapy support to Child Care Resources, Inc. so that they increase efficiency and improve effectiveness as they strive to improve quality of Mecklenburg County child care programs.
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.
Foster Village Charlotte received support to select an application to manage their client data so that they can be more efficient at reporting their impact to key stakeholders.