AD99 Solutions Foundation selects Risk-X

July 11, 2019 | Risk-X

The AD99 Solutions Foundation, established by two-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year, Aaron Donald, has selected the cloud-based solution Risk-X to support the organization’s day-to-day operations.

Risk-X is a multi-purpose, modular GRC solution that includes tools to help organizations manage, communicate, educate, and track governance-related and operational actions and information. The foundation selected the Risk-X  for its ease of use when:

●      Managing policy and procedures

●      Conducting compliance-related education and training

●      Overseeing audit management

●      Maintaining compliance forms and disclosures

●      Distributing and managing surveys and assessments

●      Leading fundraising efforts and donor management

The Foundation first used Risk-X to manage registrations, release forms, and surveys for its inaugural youth football skills camp this past June.

“As AD99 Solutions launches and continues to grow, we want a platform with the strength to grow with us,” said Ayo Fapohunda, AD99 Solutions Foundation Board Chair. “Risk-X provides our foundation with the agility to support front-office operations while providing us with the real-time monitoring, training, and data assessment needed for our athletic and academic programs.”

Over the coming year, the Foundation will establish cornerstone programs that will provide free tutoring, mentoring, and athletic training for Pittsburgh-area youth who would otherwise not have access to these resources. The Foundation is in the process of building its own facility so all programs may be conducted in a safe and convenient location.

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About AD99 Solutions Foundation

Founded in 2019, AD99 Solutions Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Its mission is to break the cycle of disempowerment for underprivileged Pittsburgh-area youth by providing them with all the resources and knowledge to be successful athletically, academically, and socially. To learn more or donate, visit www.AD99.org.