The American Red Cross is a humanitarian organization that provides emergency assistance, disaster relief and education in the United States.
180 Degrees Consulting was tasked with developing a comprehensive strategy to reach rural communities that have been traditionally underserved in the most cost-effective manner possible.
Client Testimonial: "The overall experience with 180DC was a very positive one. The final report was well received internally and externally, and provided the unbiased feedback we needed to help move items forward. We were confident in the work of the 180DC consultants to be able to present it to our board."
Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization that provides simple, decent and affordable housing to low-income families through affordable mortgages.
180 Degrees Consulting developed a comprehensive interest rate model to increase the velocity and amount of money provided to families, and a fundraising strategy to increase the size of the endowment pool of the Southeast Michigan branch.
Client Testimonial: "180DC Consulting surpassed my expectations hugely. They challenged the assumptions on which we have been operating for many many years, and provided us with a thorough model that is scalable, and allows us to change any of the inputs. The conclusions we have been able to draw from the model have been outstanding."
Blueprints for Pangea is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit founded and run by University of Michigan students that re-distributes medical supplies from areas of surplus to areas of deficit.
180 Degrees Consulting engaged with Blueprints for Pangea to devise an weighted metric system to determine the most suitable source hospitals and most needy recipient hospitals. 180 Degrees Consulting also proposed a franchise model to roll out to college campuses in the United States.
Client Testimonial: "Exhaustive thoroughness, optimized complexity, and versatile customization are a few of many descriptors that come to mind regarding 180DC's work. This tool will tangibly guide our organization in its growth operations and scaling--with respect to both donor and recipient hospitals--for, truly, years to come. The team worked beyond my highest expectations. The team was a pleasure to work with and challenged me to think more critically about B4P."