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What could CAP do for you?

CAP fulfills its mission to enhance the impact of community organizations through project-based work for nonprofit service providers and local government officials and administrators.

Current and recently completed projects include:

Charleston YOUth Count: Assisted with survey instrument and methodology design, IRB application process, and comprehensive volunteer training design for 2017-2018 assessment of youth homelessness in Charleston County. In 2018, team will serve as lead interviewers for YOUth Count and will compile and analyze findings from the survey.

Lowcountry Food Bank: Designed, administered, and analyzed the results of the 2016 and 2017 Stakeholder Satisfaction Surveys.

Be A Mentor: Developed and executed a comprehensive program assessment in 2016. Currently, CAP is adapting the 2016 model to create a sustainable evaluation resource that can be executed in-house by Be A Mentor staff.  

Lowcountry Marine Mammal Network: Provided technical support throughout the 501(c)3 application process.

Lowcountry Aquatic Project Swimming (LAPS): Provided technical assistance for outcomes assessment.

Town of Holly Hill: Advised Mayor William Johnson regarding his proposed plan for a Summer Athletics Internship program.

Charleston Freedom School: Provided project management oversight to organization’s launch, developed initial communication materials (including in-depth grant research), led prospect research and wrote/submitted grants.  


CAP’s past work includes:

East Cooper Meals on Wheels: Designed and administered volunteer survey and assessed results across four matrices: volunteer demographics, volunteer experience, volunteer program effectiveness, and organization knowledge & mission achievement.

Kiawah Island Homeowner’s Association: Performed ballot collection and tallying of 4,000 voting members for KICA’s annual board of directors election.

Lowcountry Homeless Coalition: Assisted in the analysis of the 2013 Point-In-Time Homeless Count data for the 2013 PIT Homeless Report. Administered surveys for the 2014 PIT Count.

Lowcountry Local First: Designed and conducted a survey of Charleston County residents to identify community awareness of buying and ‘being’ local to create a sustainable economy.

Mayor’s Office for Youth, Family, & Children - First Day Festival: Designed and administered  survey for attendees of the First Day Festival, an annual event providing school supplies and information for elementary school students and their families from Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester counties.

Metanoia: Researched and designed measurable programmatic outcomes specific to organization’s Youth Leadership Development Program and unique definition of “leadership.” Composed and presented white paper outlining organizational history and characteristics in addition to operationalized, integrated curriculum measures.