Our Clients

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Everybody Wins! Atlanta
Everybody Wins! Atlanta is nonprofit organization on a mission to improve children's literacy and develop the reading skills of students in low-income elementary schools through shared reading experiences.
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Break Away
Break Away is a non-profit that provides alternative breaks (trips where a group of college students engage in direct service). They currently have a network of over 200 chapter schools, more than 700 community organization partners, and thousands of alternative break alumni worldwide. As true believers in the power of positive change, Break Away is proud of their own growth and transformation over the years.
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Midwest Food Bank
Midwest Food Bank currently distributes over $13.2 million worth of food to over 1400 non-profits each month. We stand ready for disaster relief efforts and can get food-filled relief boxes to those in need, within 24 hours. Thanks to the generosity of our donors, the valuable work of our volunteers, and most importantly, the blessings of God, Midwest Food Bank now shares the blessings worldwide. $158 million worth of food was distributed in 2017.
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MacLab Bakery & Cafe
MacLab Bakery & Cafe is a locally owned small business in Duluth. They specialize in hand-crafting french macarons. Their seasoned macaron bakers are classically trained at the Culinary Institute of America specializing in French Pastries. Combining technical skill with experimentation, Mac Lab was born. They emphasize trying out new tastes and ingredient combinations while using classical techniques.
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City of Refuge
Through supportive services fueled by innovation and a collective impact approach, City of Refuge seeks to lead individuals and families on a journey to self-sufficiency for generations to come.
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Atlanta Dream Center
Partnered with Atlanta Dream Center, H.O.P.E Central provides an educational alternative to the bottom-ranked schools in the Atlanta School District around the Old Gordon neighborhood. Georgia Tech’s chapter of SCNO spearheaded an engagement with the program to streamline the budget, mobilize volunteer resources, and acquire funding and supplies necessary for education. H.O.P.E Central is able to launch its initiative on schedule in August 2017 due to the recommendations and analyses the SCNO team provided.
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Georgia Center for Nonprofits
The Georgia Center for Nonprofits (GCN) provides professional consulting services geared towards Atlanta nonprofits. SCNO completed an internal project with GCN to assess the current nonprofit market and identify effective avenues for acquiring and engaging with clients.
Training Programs in Epidemiology and Public Health Interventions Network (TEPHINET) is a global nonprofit that falls under the jurisdiction of GCN. TEPHINET's main objective is to make healthcare more accessible globally, particularly in the field of epidemiology, through the training of specialists in over 90 countries. SCNO was able to help them make progress towards this goal by suggesting the use of a more easily accessible virtual platform as well as reforming their sources of funding.
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I Will Survive
I Will Survive, Inc. is a domestic non-profit organization that promotes breast cancer awareness through education and financially assists those affected during and after treatment. We helped develop sustainability and broaden the outreach of the organization through a focused approach on improving their human resources, online presence and financial management. SCNO's efforts will potentially double I Will Survive's community outreach and funding in the next 2 years.
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21st Century STEM Foundation
21st Century STEM foundation was established in 2008 to aid in providing multi-disciplinary learning experiences to inner city youth. The Foundation's mission is to inspire, engage and educate youth through innovative programs, training, and activities to create future leaders of tomorrow in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) related careers. Over the past year, SCNO has been tasked with helping the organization in strategy development, research, and marketing.
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Litehouse Partners is a non-profit founded in Atlanta that focuses on improving the lives of students in low-income localities by providing afterschool activities and educational programs. Litehouse Partners approached SCNO GT with a project involving creating a program proposal and budget for a CRCT Training Program to help first graders improve their reading abilities to at least grade reading level. Following our team's delivery of the project proposal and anticipated budget, Litehouse Partner's founder was able to secure United Way's interest and approval of the project and both organizations are currently in collaboration to find funding for the program.
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Teach for America
Teach for America is a national nonprofit organization aimed at improving the quality of education. Teach for America recruits graduates from top universities to teach for two years in public schools that lack funding and resources. SCNO worked with the Atlanta branch of Teach for America to address decreasing application numbers from Georgia Tech students. The SCNO team conducted survey data analysis, cost benefit analysis, and competitor analysis to deliver a detailed, targeted marketing strategy.
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CCSI serves as a resource and service center to uplift and empower people in Atlanta's Westside Community through enrichment programs and community services. SCNO worked with CCSI to restructure the organization to become a separate entity from the church by providing high level structuring guidelines and roadmaps.
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Palestine's Children's Relief Fund
The Palestine Children's Relief Fund is a non-political, nonprofit organization that works to aid the medical and humanitarian crisis in the middle east. They focus specifically on suffering children in the Middle East with varying medical needs. SCNO developed a comprehensive portfolio to attract donations and apply for corporate level sponsorships and grants.
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Glitter of Hope Foundation
The Glitter of Hope foundation works to enhance living and health conditions in communities by providing a wide range of programs primarily funded through donations or sponsorships. SCNO worked with Glitter of Hope for 6 months to connect this organization with larger corporate entities to accumulate donations and sponsorships. This project saw the team work on developing a platform for the organization to use as a basis for its applications to corporate grant programs.