Case Studies, Partners
Alexandria House provides a two year transitional housing program and aftercare services to women and women with children in Los Angeles, California. In early 2020, Alexandria House connected with Aunt Bertha through another member of the nonprofit community. Shortly after, their staff participated in a community workshop held at the United Way of Greater Los...
Case Studies, Education, Intake

We know that housing is a critical need nationwide, now more than ever. With unemployment rising dramatically, public health at a critical risk, and stays of eviction expiring in communities across the U.S., nonprofits that support the homeless now have a substantially larger influx of those in need.  Research has shown that addressing housing needs…

Announcements, Case Studies, Partners, Technology, Web Design

For 20 years, United Way for Greater Austin has managed and operated the 211 call center for the Central Texas region, connecting callers with people who can help them find resources, such as food, housing, or transportation assistance. 211 is a nationwide service, but localities manage their own centers, often using contractors like United Way…

Aunt Bertha college search chart
Data, Education

Getting to college is a huge challenge, but for many students, having the basics to get by once they’re attending school is a significant barrier. Specifically, food and housing insecurity affects millions of college students every year. Food insecurity is a disruption of normal eating patterns resulting from a lack of money or other resources,…

Education

Extreme summer heat can add hardship for folks already struggling from paycheck to paycheck. When temperatures soar into triple digits, many people are forced to choose between keeping the A/C running and other essentials such as rent, food, and prescriptions. The lack of air conditioning in one’s home, work, and surroundings not only present barriers…

Map of LA
Data, Intake

Search trends on Aunt Bertha’s free platform are a proxy for where people are falling behind in a community and what their most critical needs are.