CHARLOTTE – Today, local technology and telecommunications company Cloverhound announced they will be donating tech support to two Charlotte-area nonprofits – Queen City Unity and Child Proof Advice – as part of the first round of Cloverhound’s “IQ for the QC” program.
“We are extremely excited to have been selected by Cloverhound for IQ for the QC,” said Queen City Unity board Chairman Jamal Harvey. “Their support will help us customize a CRM to track all of our volunteers and their information, and allow for mass communication with our ambassadors and supporters. The entire Queen City will benefit from this.”
“Child Proof Advice is the happy recipient of a generous donation of time and expertise from Cloverhound,” said Child Proof Advice President and CEO Marjorie Wrenn. “They will be providing SEO support and expertise to improve the Child Proof Advice website and our rankings with Google enabling us to reach even more families and protect additional children. We thank Cloverhound for their generous support of our efforts and for ‘paying it forward’ by giving back to the Charlotte community in this way.”
“Cloverhound will be donating roughly $25,000 of in-kind professional services and IT support to non-profits in the Charlotte area over the course of 2019, and we’re proud to partner with Queen City Unity and Child Proof Advice to help them advance their missions,” said Cloverhound CEO Stachowicz.
Applications are still open for two more nonprofit partner opportunities. Nonprofits that are interested in applying can read the details and download the application at cloverhound.com. Businesses that are interested in partnering with Cloverhound to provide support or hours can contact Marketing and Community Consultant Sam Spencer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cloverhound is a Charlotte-based telecommunications, software product and services company with offices in Charlotte and Denver. With its strong development team, Cloverhound specializes in the custom development, integration, installation and configuration of Cisco Systems products including Unified Communications, Webex, Contact Center and more. Cloverhound was founded by Chad Stachowicz, a career Cisco Unified Communications expert who serves as CEO. Cloverhound has recently launched VirtualCourts™, powered by its VirtualQ framework, a first-in-the-nation virtual hearings solution built on Cisco Webex.