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How A Digital Workplace Helps YMCA Employees Better Serve Their Communities

Learn how MangoApps gave YMCA employees a space to share knowledge, quickly access resources, and lean on each other for support

With COVID, MangoApps has played an incredible role for us, communication-wise. It’s really helped create that stable, centralized place for Ys to get the information that they need, fast. It also gives them a sense of a community—that they aren’t in this alone. Y staff across the country are facing some of the same challenges that they’re facing.
- Vanessa Blair, Sr. Manager of Organizational Communications, YMCA of the USA

YMCA Case Study

The YMCA, a nonprofit organization that does important work in communities across the US, sought out to find a solution that could create a flexible, digital workspace for their employees and volunteers.
After demos with many software providers, YMCA decided to move forward with MangoApps because of its wide berth of features, simplistic look and feel, and most importantly, it was the only platform able to meet the diverse needs of their decentralized organization.
In this case study, you will learn how the YMCA used MangoApps to:
1.Create a unified digital workspace for their dispersed volunteers and employees
2.Build an effective communication strategy in response to COVID-19
3.Maintain a positive organizational culture and strong community
And more!
Download this case study to get a better understanding of how MangoApps helped the YMCA transform the way they communicate, collaborate, and share information.
How A Digital Workplace Helps YMCA Employees Better Serve Their Communities

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More Quotes From YMCA Case Study
"We went with MangoApps because of the way that it looks and functions. The other platforms were really manual and more like the previous one, where Y-USA pushed content to people who couldn’t share or participate."
Elizabeth Herrera, Community Manager, Y-USA
"We can use MangoApps to spot trends and see gaps—if we’re getting a lot of questions about something, we know it’s a problem for people. Then, we can create something or connect them better to the resources they need."
Emily Hatteberg, Editorial Manager & Content Strategist at Y-USA