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.
Wells Fargo volunteer team and an individual volunteer provided technology consulting for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Central Carolinas by providing a comprehensive technology plan.
Wells Fargo volunteer team conducted a technology and data process assessment in search of the best software application for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Central Carolinas.
Wells Fargo volunteers work with Charlotte nonprofits, advancing mission of creating opportunity, economic growth, and prosperity for all.
Successful software selection for nonprofit Carolina Breast Friends has allowed them to expand their capacity to serve more survivors.
Wells Fargo and Hewlett Packard Enterprise volunteers supported Shepherd’s Center of Charlotte in establishing a formal security protocol.
CapTech Consulting and Wells Fargo volunteers delivered a technology plan refresh to JazzArts Charlotte. As a result, JazzArts Charlotte anticipates expanding their JazzArts Academy and increasing the number of concerts being held.
Skilled volunteer and Apparo donor, Jon Phillips, has served five times already and committed to supporting JazzArts Charlotte through the rest of their G.A.I.N. journey.
Wells Fargo volunteers teamed up with Apparo to assist Mental Health America of Central Carolinas in a SharePoint configuration, migration and training project. As a result of this project, MHA anticipates increasing operating efficiencies, allowing them to amplify their reach, services and programs.
Enriching education, work experience and community connections are the goals of Apparo’s partnership with University of North Carolina Charlotte.