a resident completes the online survey

Community Impact Measures – Update


The NHSSF team had a successful completion to NeighborWorks Community Impact Measures.  We surveyed a historically African American community, Liberty City.

The results were:

Blocks Observed – 162 of 194  (many of these blocks were inaccessible due to a massive new construction)

Buildings Observed – 109 of 100 required

Resident Surveys Completed – 223 of 200 required

NHSSF will hold a Community Listening Session to report out the analysis in February once the results are analyzed by our partner NeighborWorks America. Stay tuned for the date and time.

Truist meets with Miami nonprofit leaders

Truist meets with local directors

Truist came to Miami to meet with over 20 nonprofit executive directors. They brought members of their senior leadership for the roundtable discussion and also toured the City with Cornell Crews, ED of CRAF.

Truist representatives affirmed their commitment to South Florida and will be following up this meeting with action planning.


a survey taker presents a resident with a survey

Community Impact Measures Update

Hi Neighbors!

We are so excited about our work in Liberty City under the Community Impact Measures program in partnership with NeighborWorks America.

As of September 28th, we have completed all 100 Building Observations in the targeted area!

A huge shout out to the residents who completed the survey! We sent the surveys to 1900 residents and, thus far, have received 100 of the 200 we need for statistical integrity.

We are also observing 194 blocks in the targeted area which is between 17th and 12th Avenues and 71 and 58th Streets. This survey project will conclude October 4th.

Learn more about the survey here.

If you live in the Liberty City area and would like to take the survey, click here.