Choosing the Right Technology for Your Organization

Are you looking for a new program or client management system? If so, you’ve probably noticed that selecting the right technology can be tricky. There are a lot of options to pick from and knowing which one will work for your organization and programs requires asking yourself and the technology vendor the right questions. Fortunately,… Read More »

Salesforce Impact Reporting Webinar features HomeKeeper Power User

On June 21st, Lauren Shaughnessy, Director of Learning and Measurement at Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco – and one of our HomeKeeper power users – presented on a Salesforce.org Impact Reporting Webinar. This webinar was Part 1 of three part series on Salesforce and measurement. On the webinar Lauren shared how her Habitat affiliate… Read More »

HomeKeeper and Best Practices in Rental Portfolio Management

Our organization, Grounded Solutions Network, recently hosted an e-learning session focused on how organizations can monitor their inclusionary housing rental portfolios effectively. Two organizations, CGP&H and the City of Park City Utah, shared their experiences on managing a rental portfolios as well as how to avoid common pitfalls in program management and what best practices… Read More »

HomeKeeper featured in new article on sector-wide measurement

HomeKeeper was recently featured in a new Deloitte Insights article titled, Reimagining measurement, Enhancing social impact through better monitoring, evaluation, and learning. by Tony Siesfeld, Ph.D., Rhonda Evans, and Gabriel Kasper.… Read More »

The Key to Impact Measurement: Keep Moving Forward.

How is your organization incorporating impact measurement into your program design? If you’re wanting to do more, but aren’t quite sure where to get started, read on. We built HomeKeeper to help make your job easier and your programs better. Over the years we’ve cultivated a data-driven sector and a community of folks committed to… Read More »

Unclog Your Applicant Pipeline with these 5 Steps

Is your application more than 10 pages? Is your waitlist growing longer by the day? Become an effective applicant pipeline engineer in 5 steps.… Read More »

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… Read More »

HomeKeeper featured at Do Good Data conference

This past Thursday, the Do Good Data conference in Chicago featured a session on HomeKeeper.   The conference was produced by Data Analysts for Social Good   and focused on how governments, foundations and nonprofits can work to use data better and showcased creative ways organizations are using data to make a bigger impact. Rick… Read More »

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… Read More »

Using Data to Advocate for Permanently Affordable Homeownership

In August 2015, Cornerstone Partnership released a public, interactive dashboard with aggregate data from the HomeKeeper National Data Hub. This online tool allows policymakers, researchers, and practitioners to explore key social impact data evaluating the performance of the affordable homeownership sector. Overall, the data affirms the stories we’ve been telling about the power of share-equity… Read More »

 

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