In the News
November 15, 2021
When Rey Faustino and his family migrated to the US in the late 1980's, they had difficulty navigating the ins and outs of the social support system. It was that experience that Faustino pulled from to create the non-profit organization, One Degree.
September 15, 2021
"We can’t talk about health equity without talking about race equity.” Alluma Chief Strategy & Impact officer Rey Faustino recently joined Health Lead's web series to discuss the disproportionate effects COVID-19 has had on communities of color and what can be done to close the gaps.
August 6, 2021
Organizations like Code for America, SaverLife, Alluma, Propel, and others are using tech for social good—and demonstrating how using person-centered approaches can ensure a policy meets people’s immediate financial needs
June 11, 2021
“I am excited to take the helm as Community Catalyst’s board chair as we work to grow our impact and push for a health system rooted in race equity and health justice,” Phillips said. “I want to thank Wendy Warring for her partnership and leadership on the board and for all she has done for Community Catalyst’s mission.”
April 8, 2021
Residents in several Northwest Detroit neighborhoods are now able to reach an innovative and dynamic directory of support services — from housing to childcare to job training — on their phones, laptops and desktop computers through the efforts of Detroit’s Live6 Alliance and the social technology nonprofit Alluma.
March 22, 2021
Tahira Cunningham, chief of staff for Alluma, says nonprofits she’s worked with use fellowship and internship programs to promote growth for women and people of color.
January 26, 2021
Southwest New Mexico families are one degree closer to accessing resources they need thanks to a newly launched online system.
August 17, 2020
With a few changes to existing systems, human-centered technology can help counter the racial bias embedded in the social safety net by creating more opportunity for people of color to access services digitally.
August 12, 2020
For over 20 years, Alluma has used technology to help connect vulnerable families and individuals with the public services they need, including Medicaid, SNAP, EITC, and more.