1
New brand officially launched
7
New organizations joined MACC's collaborative network
12
MACC events designed to bring members together to discuss critical ideas and share expertise (a Summit, a Symposium, Innovation Dialogues, and more!)
14
Member grantees received seed grants from MACC's Social Enterprise Network to support their enterprises
18
Locations managed for members subscribing to MACC's shared Facilities service
48
Courageously collaborative nonprofit organizations in MACC's unique network meet our members!
73
Convenings that brought members together to connect with and learn from each other (service councils, user groups, steering committees, and more!)
74
Attendees at MACC's day-long collaborative Member Summit
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MACC MEANS DISRUPTING THE STATUS QUO
 

Courageous collaboration means disrupting the status quo. It means working together to boldly co-create solutions to the challenges our organizations and communities share.

MACC's Member Summit was an opportunity for our network to lean into courageous collaboration together.

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78
MACC Social entrepreneurs and members of the public attended MACC's Social Enterprise Symposium
142
MACC members served clients from 142 counties across the upper Midwest
199
Jobs posted for members subscribing to MACC's shared Human Resources service
216
Sets of monthly financial statements prepared for members subscribing to MACC's shared Financial services
293
Contracts (federal, state, county) managed for members subscribing to MACC's shared Financial services
327
New employees successfully onboarded for members subscribing to MACC's shared Human Resources service
756
Programs offered by MACC members (in more than 20 different program areas) to support and serve their communities
1,229
People using MACC's ClientTrack database to track and manage critical client data
2,328
Service tickets completed and technology issues successfully resolved for members subscribing to MACC's shared Information Technology service
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MACC MEANS A NEW KIND OF PARTNER
 

Jeff Lundgren, Executive Director of North Metro Pediatrics, faced a problem familiar to many nonprofit leaders. North Metro Pediatrics is a small children’s health community clinic and for years they’d relied on a trusted consultant to manage their IT infrastructure, electronic health records, and billing operations.

When that person decided to retire – there was a big hole to fill.

MACC MEANS MAKING ORDER OUT OF CHAOS
 

Who doesn’t love moving? Anyone who’s ever moved apartments, houses, or even just their desk at work knows how much disruption it creates. Imagine what it takes to move a whole office.

Now imagine coordinating 4 separate offices moves – in under a year.

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4,239
Job applications processed for members subscribing to MACC's shared Human Resources service
5,908
Individuals employed by MACC member organizations (some are both employees and program participants!)
7,500
Clients tracked in Procentive, MACC's Behavioral Health Billing software
54,018
MACC members tracked 54,018 new clients who received services for the first time in MACC's ClientTrack database
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$101,000 in Social Enterprise grant funding distributed to MACC members through MACC's Social Enterprise Network
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MACC MEANS BRINGING BIG DREAMS TO LIFE
 

It started with a celebration of Sabathani’s 50 years in their south Minneapolis community.

Sabathani's Executive Director wanted to create a space to celebrate Sabathani’s history and community. She recruited Pat Anderson, Sabathani’s Enterprise Director, and they began converting some previously empty rooms in their building. Filling them with the stories of famous sports players, artists, musicians, community leaders, and politicians who, like Sabathani, call south Minneapolis home.

MACC MEANS GROWING NEW OPPORTUNITIES
 

On a hillside off I-94, sandwiched between a motorcycle dealer and a rubber products supplier is about the last place you’d expect to find a thriving garden. But CAPI USA, an immigrant-led organization that works with refugees and immigrants, has community garden sites throughout the metro.

Most of the gardeners grow for their families or for fun - but a few wanted to try something new.

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124,881
Families received services from MACC members (that includes 62,204 children)
167,000
MACC members spent more than 167,000 hours with clients (that's more than 19 YEARS of service)
1.54m⁺
MACC members provided 1,504,507 vital services to individuals, children, and families in their communities
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MACC MEANS A PARTNER WHO LISTENS
 

In 2016 DARTS began a multi-year project to map all their programs from the ground up and build a new client database. DARTS works with seniors and their families in Dakota County helping them live more independent and fulfilling lives.

Tabatha Barrett, Director of Social Services for DARTS knew switching databases would be stressful, but it was something DARTS needed to do, and they wanted to do it right.

MACC MEANS ALL THE PIECES FIT TOGETHER
 

Better Futures had a database that just wasn’t meeting their needs. It was easy to store information in, but getting it back out was another story. They needed an upgrade.

Tiffany Simmons is the Data Analyst at Better Futures. She had a clear picture of what the new system needed to look like – but she and Better Futures needed help figuring out how to fit everything together.

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2.5m⁺
MACC members distributed more than $2,500,000 back into their communities through emergency cash assistance, rent support, vouchers, and more.
4m⁺
MACC collected $4,038,000 in revenue for members subscribing to MACC's Behavioral Health Billing shared service
5.5m⁺
MACC members distributed 5,520,000 pounds of food in their communities (that's almost 3 Boeing 747s!)
29m⁺
MACC managed $29,674,185 in payroll expense for members subscribing to MACC's shared Human Resources service
53m⁺
MACC managed $53,699,850 in annual operating expense for members subscribing to MACC's shared Financial services
356m⁺
The MACC network has a combined operating budget of more than $356,000,000

Together we leverage our collective scale and collective voice to maximize the collective impact our members have in their communities

We know we're stronger together
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Well, that's all for now!


It's been a pretty awesome year.
We're even more excited to see what's ahead as we continue our journey in 2018.


 
A very special thank you to those who graciously gave their time and shared their stories with us:


Jeff Lundgren, North Metro Pediatrics

Sara Yueill, EMERGE Community Development

Pat Anderson, Sabathani Community Center

Rachel Murphy, CAPI USA

Tabatha Barrett, DARTS

Tiffany Simmons, Better Futures Minnesota