We love the directory service we provide. We live and breathe this stuff. But we’re about something even bigger. What if we could use data to truly understand the supply and demand of human services? What if we could know –exactly – why City X has more food pantries than City Y when they are the same size and they have the same demand for food?
We collect 45 fields (and growing) about every program we list. It’s above and beyond the call, no doubt. But we believe it’s important because we know that good data tells us stuff.We just started to collect data for programs in Houston, TX (the fourth largest city in the United States). We recently listed 221 food programs there. Look at what we learned about Houston with just a quick back-of-the-envelope calculation.
I believe it's something very important.
- Don't be hungry in Houston on a Sunday (3 pantries are open - 15 total operating hours)
Stay tuned. Bertha's on it.
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