HomeKeeper Featured by Salesforce.Org

As a followup to our participation in the Salesforce.Org Impact Labs, HomeKeeper was one of four organizations who were featured in a recent .Org blog post, “To Address the Homelessness Crisis, Experts Say Think Big, Collaborate, and Use an Equity Lens.” In the post, four Impact Lab fellows, including HomeKeeper’s own Tiffany Eng, shared ways

HomeKeeper Data Published in a Working Paper on Shared Equity Homeownership

In case you missed it, the Lincoln Land Institute recently published a new working paper in partnership with  Grounded Solutions Network based on shared equity homeownership program data aggregated in our HomeKeeper National Data Hub. The paper, Tracking Growth and Evaluating Performance of Shared Equity Homeownership Programs During Housing Market Fluctuations is the largest and

Sharing HomeKeeper Insights with Salesforce.Org

HomeKeeper was recently featured in a Salesforce.Org blog post because of our long history of helping nonprofits leverage Salesforce for program management. In this interview, which can be read in full on the Salesforce.Org blog, Tiffany Eng, our program director, reflects on our 9+ years supporting nonprofits with HomeKeeper, and shares her thoughts on what it

HomeKeeper at the Humanitarian Impact Summit

From Ideas to Action: Pro Bono Volunteering On July 19th, 2018, our Program Director Tiffany Eng spoke at Salesforce.Org’s Humanitarian Impact Summit which discussed how technology is helping community leaders respond to a wide range of natural and man-made disasters. She spoke on a panel with John Kennedy, of Habitat for Humanity Sonoma County, Ryan

HomeKeeper: A case study for developing a HUD compliant CMS on Salesforce

          Daizylogik recently published a case study on how HomeKeeper became a HUD compliant CMS for housing counseling. This story is featured on the Daizylogik blog and discusses the work that Daizylogik and SoPact did as developers along with an advisory board of HomeKeeper users to develope functionality needed by our users to track their housing counseling

The History of HomeKeeper: Local Impact to Shared Measurement

Bigger Boat Consulting recently shared the history of how the HomeKeeper Program began. It all started in the Northwest with a few small programs with very big ambitions. This story was featured on the Bigger Boat blog and features Lisa Byers, the Executive Director of OPAL Community Land Trust.  The Bigger Boat team led the development of the HomeKeeper

Who Will Pay for Data?

  Who is the right audience to target for social impact reporting? HomeKeeper advisor and consultant, Rick Jacobus, talks about this topic in the Spring issue of the Stanford Social Innovation Report. Rick explains why the social sector hasn’t made more progress in building an infrastructure for gathering and sharing impact data. The problems, he

HomeKeeper featured at Social Good Tech Week

Rick Jacobus, our  HomeKeeper advisor and consultant,  will be sharing the HomeKeeper story  as part of the Social Good Tech Week activities.  Here’s the intro to his presentation: HomeKeeper: Finding the Value Proposition of Social Performance Data Everyone seems to agree that we need better data on the difference that nonprofit organizations are making in