The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust has awarded $54,000 to Innovative Services NW to be spent updating its hardware and software systems. With 160 employees and 12 programs, the nonprofit has “grown beyond the capabilities of their current outdated systems,” according to its news release.
The new system will help the nonprofit be more effective, sustainable and better serve its clients.
Innovative Services NW serves more than 1,700 children and adults through its programs, which include pediatric therapy, employment services, an early learning center and a janitorial program. The Vancouver-based nonprofit was established in 1963.