December 21, 2021
We have spent 2021 working harder than ever to build a "social opportunity system" that prioritizes improving how women of color and low income women simply and easily get information and help. But progress continues to be too slow for far too many.
November 24, 2021
One Degree from Alluma's Common App has been selected as one of the 10 winners in 2021's Google.org Impact Challenge Bay Area
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.
April 20, 2021
Through partnerships with Live6 Alliance & the Marygrove Conservancy, One Degree from Alluma has changed how Detroit residents can find the help they need
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.
January 26, 2021
Southwest New Mexico families are one degree closer to accessing resources they need thanks to a newly launched online system.
April 9, 2020
The Light at the End of the Tunnel: How Nonprofits Are Taking It Upon Themselves to Carry Us Through
The COVID-19 pandemic is hitting nonprofits like a nuclear bomb. There are essential services that simply cannot sustain a loss of funding like this
July 8, 2019
Case Study: Addressing Patients’ Social Needs with One Degree, an Online Social Service Referral Platform
The Northeast Valley Health Corporation (NEVHC) is a healthcare powerhouse. It consists of 15 licensed health centers located in Los Angeles County’s San Fernando and Santa Clarita Valleys, both areas struggling with chronic illness and poverty.
April 4, 2019
One of my takeaways from the visit was that social justice moves at a glacial pace—but more so that it takes tremendous perseverance and an expansive vision to fuel that movement.