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The Coordinated Assistance Network (CAN) is a portal to meet the demands of the changing world we live in with a goal of making people’s lives better. The CAN advances upward mobility for all people, particularly those who have been historically underrepresented, by connecting support initiatives to low-to moderate income communities for employment, education, housing, counseling, and a more economicallysecure and equitable future. Simply put, the CAN is an intersection of philanthropy, impact, and measurement.
The CAN provides a multi-user, collaborative, web-based, robust file/case management software along with Multiple Intake methods, detailed organizational results reporting tools, grant management, donor and volunteer management, and state of the art collaboration opportunities designed with the specific needs of the non-profit org into account.
The way this platform continually evolves and listens to its users in order to provide new functionality as well as enhancements to existing functionality is unbelievable. Not many intake/file management providers are as nimble and oftentimes users of them are forced to find workarounds in order to achieve their needs. Being a non-profit as well, the Coordinated Assistance Network team really understands the importance of reporting needs and limited technology budgets of fellow non-profits resulting in a great tool (especially for those providing service to particular segments of the Veteran population).
The Coordinated Assistance Network is committed to serving military servicemembers, veterans, and civilians around the world to get the resources they need to thrive. As a long time partner, I have been impressed with their dedication and commitment to the highest standards of professionalism by providing access to credentialed financial counselors. They are responsive to the needs of their partners and strive for continual improvement to provide the greatest impact to those they serve.
CAN has been an outstanding platform for our nonprofit organization. They have respected and dedicated professionals that are committed to relationship building, providing advanced development for partners, and exceptional customer service. SOF Missions highly recommends the Coordinator Assistance Network (CAN) to serve a diverse level of need.
CAN is an incredibly secure, innovative and adaptive network. The staff are client centric, open to listening to the organizations they partner with and are always making sure improvements benefit the civilian and veteran clients they serve.
In today's rapidly evolving technological landscape, accessibility has emerged as a cornerstone of innovation. As technology infiltrates every aspect of our lives, it's imperative that we ensure inclusivity for all, particularly those with disabilities. Nonprofit organizations, with their focus on societal betterment, play a pivotal role in driving the development of tech solutions that cater to diverse user needs. This article delves into the significance of designing accessible and inclusive tech solutions within the nonprofit sector, with a special emphasis on people with disabilities.
CAN's commitment to prioritizing the success of Minority Led Organizations (MLO’s) starts with creating innovative opportunities to empower their growth. The Momentum to Modernize Grant (M2M) was created to provide technology that produces transformational resources for nonprofit infrastructure, efforts to scale, and implementation support. Having access to the CAN portal allows organizations to manage their intake, records, documents, and client files, migrate data to the cloud and modernize new and existing applications.
In the digital era, non-profit organizations are increasingly reliant on data and technology to carry out their missions effectively. However, this also exposes them to various data privacy and security risks. It is pivotal for non-profits to prioritize data protection to maintain the trust of their donors, beneficiaries, and stakeholders. Here are some key considerations for data privacy and security: