We aren't satisfied in only measuring our impact by the number of homes we build or individuals we help. Through impact data we are studying the quantifiable impact of a home on education, well-being, income and community building. We're beginning to learn exactly how families are thriving and where we need to improve. Learn more about our impact metrics below.
With everything we do, we aim to generate sustainable and positive impact on beneficiaries lives. We know that progress isn't a linear trend and communities are complex social systems. We're collecting impact data to amplify beneficiary voice and start a conversation about how we can constantly improve and iterate on our model.
Funders and donors deserve to know the their immediate and long-term impact. Through our platform we'll share impact data updates on the specific family a donor funds and about the community as a whole. We believe knowing your impact should be the future of charity.
We believe that the impact of a home must be measured with data. Learn more about how we measure and our methodology.
Number of Days from Work or School Missed due to Illness
Access to Health Care
Highest Level of Household Education Attained
Access to Water & Sanitation
Access to Electricity
Household Monthly Income (El Salvador Only)
Cost of Rent
EducationAccess to Education - percentage of children attending school
Attendance (Haiti Only)
School Performance (Haiti Only)
Home OwnershipNumber of First-Time Homeowners
Primary Benefit of Having a Home
"When I am at home, I primarily [choose selection below]"
Reunion With Family Previously Not Living Together (Haiti Only)
Community BuildingHome Safety
Families that feel safe walking alone at night
Trust in Community Members
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