Aunt Bertha helps innovative foundations, nonprofits and local governments connect people and programs.
Make it easy for the people who are a fit for your programs to find you and apply.
Your social workers can securely give, receive and track referrals to better serve clients.
Understand community needs, effectiveness of collaboration and impact of your programs.
A holistic approach to serving people in your community
Be the trusted resource in your community with the easiest-to-use and highest quality search site for free and low-cost programs. Access real-time search analytics to understand who is searching in your area and the needs they have.
Aunt Bertha is awesome because people who need services can find what they need quickly and easily. It is user-friendly and approachable and saves folks valuable time and energy.
- Kristine B.
Close the loop on referrals with a safe and secure way to have transparency between agencies and clients. Access community-wide referral reports to see evidence of collaboration across agencies.
Aunt Bertha has been an excellent source for me and my co-workers when we need to hunt down local services for our clients. Thank you so much!
- Heath Collins, Social Worker, Austin Travis County Integral Care
Streamline the entire intake process - from initial basic screening questions to a full application for eligibility to the point an applicant is approved. Agencies can spend less time processing paperwork and more time with clients.
With Aunt Bertha, we were able to streamline and expedite our application process and reach a more diverse community of clients.
- Mario Cortez, Director of Supportive Housing, Foundation Communities
Overcome data silos by having visibility to community-wide data. Understand gaps in services. Identify opportunities to grow and improve programs. Provide compelling reports for major donors and grantors to justify program funding.
I have been involved in both the philanthropic and delivery side of social services for over 30 years. Nothing has come close to Aunt Bertha's solution.
- Sara S.