This month on The SPARK our theme is “Building Momentum with Technology and Care.” We’ll learn more about Momentum Nonprofit Partners, an organization building the momentum for the nonprofit sector to create equitable, measurable and lasting change; Germantown Area Chamber of Commerce, an area chamber dedicated to creating a vibrant business environment and helping our community grow; and ProTech Services Group, a company meeting the technology needs of Memphis-area businesses with a Cares initiative to give back.
Hard to believe, but this is episode 100 of The SPARK! We’re into our 9th year and we’re still working just as hard as Day One to power the GOOD and to continue building momentum because it takes continued focus and effort to keep moving forward. As we saw in this episode, we’re fortunate to have individuals and organizations that pour into our community each and every day, so that we continue to build momentum to benefit our community. Organizations like Momentum Nonprofit Partners and the Germantown Area Chamber of Commerce are using technology and care to foster collaboration, share valuable information and connect people to needed resources. Companies like ProTech Services Group are both providing their services to help meet the technology needs of local businesses, but also leveraging their expertise to help nonprofits through their ProTech Cares initiative, which has benefited Streets Ministries, Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Memphis, the National Civil Rights Museum, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and so many more. One of the best ways to start building momentum to benefit our community is to care! So, thank you for caring, for your support over these many years, and for watching the SPARK!
• Momentum Nonprofit Partners – Dr. Kevin Dean, CEO
• Germantown Area Chamber of Commerce – Janie Day, President and CEO
• ProTech Services Group – Dan Weddle, President and CEO