Indianapolis-based software development firm Counterpart has announced a three-year partnership with Riley Children’s Foundation involving $128,000 in in-kind services. The company says the deal will allow the foundation to use its fundraising platform AppToGive.
Counterpart has worked with Riley Children’s Foundation before, helping the organization launch its inaugural Giving Tuesday campaign as part of its The Gift of Hope Happens Here campaign. The foundation also used AppToGive as part of its 2016 and 2017 Giving Tuesday efforts, raising nearly $200,000 in total.
The partnership will give the foundation unrestricted use of the AppToGive platform, as well as software consulting and planning services for the organization’s technology efforts. Counterpart says the approach will allow it to better understand and navigate Riley’s technology systems and goals.
Last month, Counterpart partner and Software Architect Jason Bourg joined Inside INdiana Business With Gerry Dick to talk about growing the business, innovation and a name change.