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Measuring Outcomes Together
What would it look like to launch 2,000 people on the path to self-sufficiency in 2,000 days in your community? United Way of the Piedmont realized that through the Community Investment Process nearly 75% of the resources earmarked for Financial Stability were allocated to the Safety Net services, leaving only 25% to invest in programs that help families acquire and manage resources at the self-sufficient level. Understanding the importance of equally investing in programs on both ends of the spectrum, the Board of the United Way decided to launch the Financial Stability Initiative.
Assessments & Outcomes
Born and raised in Chapin, South Carolina, Hannah attended Wofford College and graduated with a degree in English and History. Hannah served 3 years as an AmeriCorps VISTA at United Way of the Piedmont, working with United Way’s Young Leaders, Nonprofit Fellows, and Behavioral Health Task Force. In August 2015, she was hired as a Community Impact Associate at United Way of the Piedmont to lead the Financial Stability Task Force. She is a graduate of the 2015 Grassroots Leadership Development Institute and the 2017 Leadership Spartanburg class.
Krista Petty serves as Community Connector for Simon Solutions Inc, writing case studies and facilitating capacity-building webinars. She is also a speaker, trainer and writer with a background in missions, equipping volunteers, and community collaboration. She resides in Spirit Lake, Iowa with her husband, Steve.
7 keys to self-sufficiency this group identified for people in their community
Partnerships and tools being used to move this initiative forward
How this community is using CharityTracker Plus and the Outcomes module for Case Management and collective reporting