Case Study: Using Data to Innovate
Seabrooks is excited to release its newest Case Study featuring a long-time client, Aloha United Way (AUW) in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Aloha United Way is working with community partners to find new and innovative ways to address homelessness.
In the last year, their statewide Homeless Initiative has helped over 4700 individuals find and maintain housing, as well as receive supportive services to help increase their long-term financial stability.
And they used data to guide their efforts along the way.
The case study describes how Aloha United Way has utilized the combined strength of e-CImpact Community Impact Management System and i-CResults Measurement and Analysis Tool to achieve lasting effects on their statewide Homeless Initiative.
Over 4700 individuals have found housing or avoided eviction, 46% of whom were children.
With access to real-time data, AUW is able to update their website and send reports to service providers weekly. The continual communication allows partners, donors and policymakers to stay informed about what’s being done to address homelessness….right now.
“The initiative has been hugely successful and a part of that was the ease in reporting and having real-time data. That was made possible with Seabrooks’ i-CResults system.” says Marc Gannon, Vice President of Community Impact.