Using HomeKeeper with Salesforce Multi-Factor Authentication

Beginning February 1 2022, Salesforce will begin requiring customers to enable MFA to access Salesforce products. This includes Salesforce partner solutions, like your HomeKeeper app. You may have seen the recent emails from Salesforce talking about Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), but what is it exactly, and how will this affect your organization’s HomeKeeper? Salesforce defines MFA as

Leveraging HomeKeeper During A Pandemic

  As the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the U.S., an economic crisis emerged. We saw millions of Americans become unemployed, having to shelter at home, and as a result were faced with housing instability. CHN Housing Partners was selected to stand up during this time, and manage our local CARES Act Eviction Prevention program. Through managing this program,

Amplifying “Salesforce Trends from Nonprofit Dreamin”

HomeKeeper attended the Salesforce Community event Nonprofit Dreamin’ in January 2021. Read this blog by Dar Veverka (Idealist Consulting) for a great summary. Veverka pointed out, “A lot of nonprofits are leveraging additional Salesforce programs and packages to extend their use of the platform,” as the HomeKeeper team has also noticed and seen true for

HomeKeeper by the Numbers: 2020

HomeKeeper is proud of the support we provide to our user organizations, every year. We turn your ideas into features and trainings that save you time. We use the best technical solution to develop and improve the HomeKeeper app to better fit your programs. We document your programs’ social impact in our National Data Hub

Goodbye 2020, Hello Change!

On behalf of the HomeKeeper Team, I hope you and your loved ones are safe, healthy and refreshed from the holidays. With 2020 now behind us, 2021 promises to be a year filled with positive changes. And so it is that today, January 15th, is the last day in my role as HomeKeeper Director at

Telling your Story with Data: COVID-19 Considerations

Webinar Recap Tracking program activities, interventions and cases related to the COVID-19 pandemic is essential for shared equity homeownership programs to better support individuals and families, as well as strengthen and advance your program’s mission. What data stories will you tell about this unprecedented era? We recently hosted a Grounded Solutions Network webinar as part

Ten Steps to Better Data Stories

Using creativity, patience, and inspiration you can start to sort through the mountain of your data to bring out meaningful and compelling data-driven narratives.  Over the last 10 years, the HomeKeeper team has been gathering data from the field to further sector research and articulate the impressive outcomes of shared-equity homeownership programs. We’ve also been

Pursue Representation in Data: Why Custom Demographic Tracking?

The latest version of HomeKeeper allows agencies and programs the option to add custom values to the demographic fields Race, Ethnicity or Primary Language Spoken. This feature could help represent communities more authentically, and allows staff to prepare reports using local terms, while still including program data in HUD reporting and the HomeKeeper National Data Hub. Expanding

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