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"Why our organization merits an Office Technology Makeover"
Mission: Atlanta Pet Rescue & Adoption (APRA) is a non-profit, volunteer-based, no-kill shelter dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating dogs and cats so they can be adopted into safe and loving forever homes.
Communities Served: Metro Atlanta, surround counties and surrounding states
How many people does your organization serve? approx 5,000 per year
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Over the course of four decades, Callanwolde Fine Arts Center has become Atlanta’s home for creative expression and enjoyment. Callanwolde is a public participatory arts and cultural center, offering in its mission the promise of tangible interaction with beauty. The opportunities offered by Callanwolde—dance lessons, pottery classes, memoir writing, meditation, jewelry work, jazz concerts, and much more—are touchstones towards our humanity. These creative interactions are more important today than ever before, as more and more of our social experiences become relegated to a computer screen.
That said, Callanwolde recognizes that technology plays a critical role in meeting the expectations of the 23,000 patrons we serve each year. The artistic pursuits at Callanwolde— whether during class enrollment, reserving tickets, or communicating with an instructor—rely on technological efficiency that is currently lacking.
Investing in Callanwolde’s technological capacity will help sustain and deepen the Center’s ability to provide the very best in creative instruction to the broadest range of inspired students, while also preserving the studios and spaces we call home.
Mission: The Callanwolde Foundation, Inc., operating as Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, is a non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve, restore, and develop the Callanwolde Estate and to be a premier public participatory arts and cultural center.
Communities Served: Fulton, Dekalb
How many people does your organization serve? 23,000
First Step is relocating in February 2013 and we desperately need a Milner Technology JumpStart. First Step’s programs impact people and the communities in which they live. To truly break the cycle of homelessness, people need to obtain sustainable income.
To date, First Step Staffing has helped over 1,700 people re-enter the workforce. Cumulatively, they have earned over $4 million on First Step's payroll. First Step Benefits has secured disability income for over 900 participants and they have a combined annual income of over $7.5 million.
Both of First Step’s programs are highly dependent on technology. We utilize complex internal databases, a system-wide HMIS system, and the internet. Working efficiently is important, however, we waste a significant amount of time with slow or non-working computers. The wasted time diminishes our services and could be better utilized to serve more people. In this current economy, hundreds of people desperately need our services. This JumpStart will help us reach them.
Mission: First Step’s mission is to end homelessness by helping men and women develop a reliable source of income. We believe a sustainable source of income is the way to truly break the cycle of homelessness.
Communities Served: Metro and Suburban Atlanta, Savannah, Augusta, Columbus
How many people does your organization serve? 500
Mission: Rainbow Village's ultimate vision is to be a national model of an educational and holistic approach to breaking the cycles of homelessness, poverty, and domestic violence.
Communities Served: Homeless families with children in North Metro Atlanta
How many people does your organization serve? 12 families at once in addition to support services for graduates- currently 38 individuals in residence; over 750 since the beginning of our program
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Currently, we use 2 basic cash registers – limiting the analysis we can do to maximize sales and determine best product mix – leading to a very manual accounting process. We are in need of a comprehensive Point-of-Sale system to limit errors, improve product mix to increase sales and ultimately, cash donations to animal welfare groups.
Other needs include new laptops to replace donated ones used to research unique products and create eBay postings. We want to install a security camera system to reduce theft and to capture potential criminal activity. Our wish list includes displaying flat screen TVs in the store to showcase adoptable and at-risk animals at local shelters, as well as upcoming events.
The human/animal bond has been proven to improve people’s lives and reduce stress. More than 80,000 animals die in shelters each year in greater Atlanta – we are here to try and reduce this tragic figure.
Mission: To support animal rescue organizations in their goals of placing homeless pets in forever homes and reducing pet overpopulation through spay/neuter programs. To offer a high-quality shopping experience in a clean, organized retail environment with a focus on providing excellent customer-service and great deals!
Communities Served: animal rescue/welfare organizations
How many people does your organization serve? our organization supports animal welfare organizations
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To help ensure our continued pursuit of program effectiveness and efficiency the Atlanta Children’s Shelter is in desperate need of a total update of our current IT infrastructure (IT Consulting services and ongoing network support). This technology update will better enable our program staff to become even more effective and efficient with the implementation of programs and services. We also feel that an IT infrastructure upgrade will ultimately improve program outcomes which will in turn directly affect those families we serve each day.
Mission: To provide loving, quality child development and support services for homeless families striving to become self-sufficient.
Communities Served: Greater Metro Atlanta area
How many people does your organization serve? 175
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This technology makeover would allow our organization to put more funds towards the animals and all of the programs and services the Atlanta Humane Society offers.
Mission: It is our mission to prevent neglect, abuse, cruelty and exploitation of animals and to assure that their interests and well-being are fully, effectively and humanely protected by an aware and caring society.
Communities Served: Metro Atlanta and surrounding counties in Georgia, and states in the Southeastern US
How many people does your organization serve? 20,000
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As a non-profit organization, the majority of our funds go towards supporting our mission. We are constantly looking at new programs to launch, new groups and communities to reach and ways to enhance the experience of those that have supported the ATC through the years. In doing so, the IT needs of our organization get put on the back burner. How do you justify IT expenditures when we could spend the same dollars on worthy outreach initiatives? What is often overlooked is what we could do if we had the IT infrastructure in place to support our organizations continued growth. With the support of Milner’s wonderful campaign, we would have the funds to help launch new programs and enhance existing ones. The possibilities are endless.
Mission: The Atlanta Track Club (ATC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to inspire and engage the community to achieve health and fitness through running.
Communities Served: Primarily metro Atlanta but our outreach extends throughout the state of Georgia
How many people does your organization serve? 20,000 members, 100,000+ runners, 5,200 youth
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At Camp Twin Lakes, our number one priority is our campers. As an investment in our campers and their families, we provide an 80% subsidy ($800) to cover the direct camp costs for every camper served. The majority of funds raised go directly towards camper scholarships and camp programs. An investment in technology will help better connect our staff and volunteers to better serve our campers’ needs.
Mission: Camp Twin Lakes provides places and paths for children with serious illnesses and life challenges to experience the joys of childhood and grow in their confidence and capabilities.
Communities Served: Ninety-nine of the campers we serve for overnight camp come from all around the state, with 51% being from the metro Atlanta area and 1% being out of state. For our hospital-based Camp-To-Go program, we also serve children staying at children’s hospitals in Atlanta, Augusta, Savannah, and Macon.
How many people does your organization serve? 9,100+
Approximately 200 girls are on a State waiting list who have been liberated from this activity but are not receiving services to help them overcome their trauma and abuse. They are in youth detention facilities or at home with limited access to therapy, medical assessments, education and life skills essential to their recovery. Without intervention they at risk of falling prey to addiction, the sex trade, illegal activity, HIV, pregnancy and suicide. Wellspring is expanding its capacity to serve more girls. A technology upgrade will assist in policy and record keeping for the girls served.
Mission: The mission of Wellspring Living is to confront the issue of childhood sexual abuse and exploitation through treatment, education and advocacy for women and girls.
Communities Served: Metropolitan Atlanta
How many people does your organization serve? 200
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