We talk a great deal about driving impact and proving that our clients create positive outcomes in their communities with data to back them up. But how do you actually go from providing services to demonstrating outcomes? Measuring how many participants served is all well and good – and should certainly be done – but did you make a difference further than that? Are their lives better or more manageable? Are their children’s lives impacted positively? Is your community prospering because of your program’s success? read more
Social Solutions is being recognized for giving back to their community with a 2020 Tech Cares Award from TrustRadius
AUSTIN, Texas (Sept. 23, 2020) — Social Solutions Global, the leading provider of outcomes and data management software for social good organizations, today announced that TrustRadius has recognized Social Solutions with a 2020 Tech Cares Award. This award celebrates companies that have gone above and beyond to provide their communities, clients and frontline workers with support during the COVID-19 crisis. read more
2020 Product Roadmap
One thing that is incredibly important to the Product Team at Social Solutions is transparency. We’ve received a lot of questions lately surrounding the future of both ETO and Apricot. While we try to host User Groups around the country, it simply isn’t possible to visit every client to talk about new releases. That’s why we wanted to share our roadmap for the first half of 2020. On February 20th John Manganaro, SVP of Product, sat down and gave our users a presentation on what guides the Product Team at Social Solutions. Immediately following, our Product Owners and Managers provided detailed roadmaps on the upcoming capabilities to ETO and Apricot. Check out the videos and some of your questions answered below! read more
Organizations that specialize in early education know the importance of providing young children and their families the tools they need for success. To provide these tools and support, fundraising and grants are often necessary. Agencies such as The Office of Head Start provide grants to organizations, like yours, to support the children and families in your community during these important developmental years.
The Office of Head Start encourages early school preparation and readiness for children ages newborn to five and their families by supporting children’s growth and development in a positive learning environment through the Head Start Program. To become a part of the Head Start Program and qualify for potential grant funding, organizations are required to submit a Program Information Report each year of implementation.
When it comes to thinking about data in innovative ways, Social Solutions’ customer Local Investment Commission (LINC) has long been a nonprofit trailblazer. Since the organization’s founding in 1992, LINC has been pushing the boundaries of public-private collaboration in the name of supporting families across the Kansas City community. And, by leveraging data and technology to increase efficiency and meet the community’s needs around after-school care, LINC continues to increase its impact by improving the lives of Kansas City families. read more