Case Study

Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities


Established in 1970, the Mid-Atlantic Center For The Arts And Humanities is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation, interpretation, and cultural enrichment of the Cape May region. One of the primary draws of the Mid-Atlantic Center For The Arts And Humanities is its trolley rides.

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“Social Good Software automates the mundane and tedious things we were doing and now we spend time on higher-level issues that affect the bottom line.”

Cathy Baldacchini

Technology Services and Database Manager

The challenge

The vast number of options offered by the organization has brought in visitors from all over the world. However, organizing all of the available rides on the website proved to be difficult as not all options could be listed or easily navigated. The Mid-Atlantic Center found itself in need of software that could address these issues.

Many guests were going to the website to plan out their trip but had a difficult time looking ahead at dates and events on the calendar. The poor website and limitations of Altru made it nearly impossible for guests and members to find the information they were looking for.

The solution

Social Good was able to offer solutions through its many modules. Specifically, their calendar module made it possible to organize information and quickly refresh any updates, reducing the refresh time from 5 minutes to virtually no time at all.