Apparo partners with the Arts Council of Greater Greensboro, bolstering the tech skills of 11 nonprofits in the Greensboro arts community through the Technology Foundations Program.
One year after work with Accenture volunteers, Carolina Youth Coalition experiences sustained nonprofit impact enhancement.
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.
Hylaine volunteers delivered actionable plan for nonprofit technology improvements to ASPIRE Community Capital.
Accenture provided process improvement consulting and recommendations to Apparo to support Mission Possible Program expansion to new cities.
Accenture skilled volunteers have helped CFOH amplify their nonprofit impact through a system integration, allowing for saved staff hours and overall increased efficiencies.
Accenture volunteers delivered nonprofit capacity building technology for Present Age Ministries, so they can increase human trafficking prevention and victim identification.
As winners of Apparo’s 2020 Mission Possible Award, A Better World received $50,000 of pro bono consulting and $10,000 in cash from Accenture for the selection and implementation of a new data management system.
Carolina Youth Coalition won the 2021 Mission Possible Award and recently completed their work with Apparo and Accenture volunteers. They are now well positioned to meet their 2024 goal of serving 67% more under-resourced high school seniors and setting them on a path to academic and career success.
Twenty six nonprofits have begun their work with their Accenture consultant who is helping them shape an award proposal to tackle challenges to economic mobility via technology. One winner will be selected to win a $10,000 grant and $50,000 in Accenture consulting to make their proposal a reality.