Alliant Health skilled volunteers assess needs and create a plan to address infrastructure and nonprofit technology challenges
HOPE Atlanta is the Atlanta Metro’s most established agency dedicated to fighting homelessness. They seek to help Georgians avoid homelessness and hunger through a comprehensive approach that equips them with the tools for lifelong stability. Their holistic, individualized approach addresses clients’ immediate needs first while working toward self-sufficiency and lifelong stability.
This nonprofit is based in Atlanta, Georgia but all work can be done virtually.
HOPE Atlanta is seeking a comprehensive technology plan to inform their technology needs and better position them for sustainable growth over the next 3-5 years. Through assessing the organization’s nonprofit technology, policies, infrastructure, operations, and security, HOPE Atlanta can look forward to a comprehensive technology plan and roadmap, identifying areas for improvement and ultimately better positioning the organization for success.
Apparo joined the organization with volunteers from Alliant Health, who will work toward HOPE Atlanta’s technology initiative to assess their current technology status, create an integrated technology plan, and improve long term efficiency. Through this Community Impact Project, recommendations will be provided from volunteers regarding the organization’s infrastructure (firewall, internet/bandwidth, WiFi), software applications (i.e., what base platforms are needed, what is currently being used, where are there integration opportunities, where is an application needed, what could be used more effectively), and IT support. Additionally, the volunteer team will consider HOPE Atlanta’s technology security, policies, training needs, and budget when creating the tech plan recommendations. Along with the assessment and recommendations, the team will determine a fitting timeline for any suggested implementations.