Our Collective Impact

We launched our ongoing data collection initiative in 2016 out of a desire to show the collective impact that our member organizations are having on homeownership rates. Twenty-four organizations that provide homeownership training, assistance, and/or loans participate in this initiative. 

Building Capacity

Through our impact tracking efforts, we have not only built a powerful, web-based data collection tool, but we have also delivered hundreds of hours of assistance to build the capacity of member organizations. Participating member organizations have been trained on how to use data collection software, have learned about and implemented best practices for impact tracking, and are now more aware of how this information can support the continued growth of their organizations. 

Key Impacts

Data collected for 2021 reveals that our member organizations:

> Closed or packaged 85 home-related loans totaling $6,424,331
> Supported 48 new Native homeowners
> Helped homeownership clients utilize $397,035 in subsidies
> Built 23 new homes on reservations
> Delivered 46 trainings to 182 people
> Provided 237 hours of technical assistance over 197 one-on-one sessions
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"The Coalition helped us to remain in contact with some of our most important partners and helped us to keep the ball rolling on our goals as an organization and as a practitioner pushing homeownership."

--anonymous Coalition member comment on COVID-19 impacts

Practitioner Tools

We have developed a variety of tools to foster proficient data collection practices within member organizations. 

Impact Tracking Best Practices


Technical Assistance Session Tracking


Monthly Activity Tracking