Product Spotlight: How Affiliates can track Sweat Equity in HomeKeeper

Franklin Joyce of ElectricBaby Consulting is known for his innovative and creative Salesforce work and has worked with over ten HomeKeeper users including Habitat for Humanity Austin and Greater San Francisco. As Franklin has worked with Habitat affiliates, he’s found that most still rely on complicated, manually tallied paper receipts to track sweat equity for

Habitat for Humanity Twin Cities: Our Experience Adopting HomeKeeper

We spoke to Alice Melton, a Financial Empowerment Coach from Habitat Twin Cities about her HomeKeeper experience. Alice has led the process to get her team up and running with HomeKeeper. We talked to Habitat Twin Cities when they were a month or two out from their data migration. One of the most important factors in their HomeKeeper

Homekeeper Member Spotlight: Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco

  Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco was recently highlighted in a blog by  Markets for Good, a website  highlighting best practices in the social service sector. In the article, Lauren Shaughnessy, talks about how their organization was able to combine external market data, internal impact metrics collected through HomeKeeper and qualitative data to better

Why Habitats Are Happily Talking About HomeKeeper

Family Services and Family Selection staff at Habitat affiliates manage an overwhelming amount of  information on partner families. Meanwhile, real estate staff have to track warranty requests, project pipelines, and development subsidies. Is your staff buried under paper files and tracking redundant data in multiple spreadsheets? If so, you’re probably wasting precious time managing information

Member Profile: Habitat for Humanity Seattle-King County discusses the benefits of storing data in one place

Recently we had the opportunity to interview Ali Sheibani, Habitat for Humanity’s family selection manager for Seattle-King County.  Seattle-King County’s Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide through constructing, renovating and preserving homes; by advocating for fair and just housing policies; and by providing training and access to resources to