Refugee Women’s Network
Refugee Women’s Network (RWN) provides a network of support through strategic partnerships, mentorship, and resources to inspire and equip refugee and immigrant women to become leaders through education and advocacy support.
Our team created a business development plan for the launch of RWN’s new venture Chef’s Club, a program to give up-and-coming chefs a platform to share their cuisine and gain entrepreneurship skills.
Open Hand Atlanta
Open Hand Atlanta prepares, packs, and delivers thousands of healthy meals daily throughout metro-Atlanta.
Our team wrote a Business Plan for Open Hand’s Telenutrition Portal, exploring ways it can be monetized for public consumption as a potential social enterprise. This timely project helped fill critical gaps in current healthcare delivery infrastructure that have been exacerbated due to COVID-19.
Atlanta Volunteer Lawyer Foundation
Atlanta Volunteer Lawyer Foundation (AVLF) seeks to create safety and stability for homes and families by inspiring the fight for equal justice.
Our team developed materials that engage the community and AVLF’s partners with information related to intimate partner violence and the civil legal remedies available to survivors. As a result, this will bring a deeper awareness to their intimate partner abuse program and provide more preventive work in the field.
Center for Sustainable Communities
Center for Sustainable Communities works with local neighborhoods on environmental sustainability, providing education and assistance to help create greener communities in a sustainable and equitable manner.
Our team developed a long-term strategy plan through SWOT analysis and strategy, enabling CSC to further grow and assist more communities in a structured and organized manner.
Chattahoochee Riverkeeper is an organization dedicated to educating about and protecting the Chattahoochee River.
Our team developed and implemented a campus ambassador program in local colleges and high schools to diversify and increase presence within colleges and their member-base.
Fur Kids operates the largest cage-free, no-kill shelter in the Southeast for rescued cats and Sadie’s Place, a no-kill shelter for dogs. Furkids also operates one of the only facilities in the Southeast dedicated to the care of FIV positive cats. The Furkids mission is to rescue homeless animals, provide them with the best medical care and nurturing environment while working to find them a forever home. Furkids heals the whole animal, physically and emotionally, restoring its health and its spirit.
Our team worked with the no-kill animal shelter Furkids, specifically on the operations of their thrift stores that raise money for their shelters through the sales of donated items. The team digitized their donation system, inventory, and optimized their truck route and schedule. With the work they completed, the many labor intensive portions from discounting items to countless hours scheduling item donation pickups are eliminated, volunteer labor is reallocated, and financial resources optimized.
The Giving Kitchen
The Giving Kitchen provides emergency assistance to food service workers through financial support and a network of community resources.
Our team developed a strategic plan for emergencies to educate food service workers in areas affected by natural disasters about the services Giving Kitchen can offer. This project also helped the Giving Kitchen design a best approach for how to adapt their services and process in these circumstances.
Gateway Center works to end homelessness in Metro Atlanta through therapeutic program and community collaboration.
Our team developed a full business plan to transform Gateway Center’s empty kitchen into a fully-functioning restaurant, in which the cooks were the homeless clients. The plan consisted of market research, strategy, and content creation, a SWOT analysis, financial analysis, and future planning.