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Advance NCCC: Impact and Data Reporting


State Profiles
     AmeriCorps*NCCC State Profiles (Impact Data broken down by State)
  • 20 million hours of service completed since its inception 
  • 6,500 + projects completed since 1994
  • Service valued at $332 Million
Gov't Ratings
     American Customer Satisfaction Index Ratings

NCCC works in partnership with hundreds of community-based, state, and national organizations. These organizations evaluate NCCC's performance and effectiveness (quality and value). Their evaluations are measured alongside ratings for other government organizations by the American Customer Satisfaction Index.

Disaster Relief
     Hurricanes Katrina and Rita Disaster Relief:
  • Provided over 1.4 million volunteer hours and leveraged 185,625 volunteers
  • Served 1.3 million meals and distributed 2,369 tons of food
  • Served w/ 142 Habitat chapters in 43 states (since 1994)
  • Constructed & renovated over 1,500 Habitat homes (since 1994)
  • Supervised more than 45,000 Habitat volunteers (since 2000)
  • Over 5,100 NCCC members have supported Habitat (since 2000)

2008 Budget Justification (see page 58 for Program Accomplishments)
AmeriCorps*NCCC National Office

In 2006, NCCC's score of 91 was the third highest among federal programs." (See:, page 54.)
In 2005, NCCC scored an 87 in the American Customer Satisfaction Index, a score that placed it among the highest rated U.S. Federal Government agencies for that year as well. (See

Since September 2005, the NCCC has deployed nearly 3,000 members to the Gulf Coast Region to assist the relief and recovery effort who have collectively served over 1.4 million hours on over 500 projects in the Gulf Coast Region. NCCC members served as resources to the American Red Cross and FEMA during the initial relief period and then shifted to supporting local community-based organizations on recovery projects. To date, disaster service accomplishments include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Assisted 2.9 million people;
  • Refurbished 5,320 homes;
  • Completed over 13,000 damage assessments;
  • Supported 726 emergency response centers;
  • Distributed 2,369 tons of food;
  • Distributed 1,817 tons of clothing; and
  • Served 1.3 million meals.


"Habitat for Humanity has participated in the NCCC since 1994, and the members of the NCCC have been instrumental in working towards Habitat for Humanity's goal of eliminating poverty housing across the United States. Over 5,100 NCCC members have participated in more than 500 individual Habitat for Humanity service projects, and they have served with 142 Habitat chapters in 43 states. The teams have been especially helpful in working with our rural affiliates who have extremely limited resources build for low income families in their communities."
"We know that since 2000, AmeriCorps NCCC members have helped construct and renovate more than Habitat 1,500 homes and supervised more than 45,000 volunteers. In the Gulf Coast region, we currently have at least four NCCC teams working with our affiliates [rebuilding lives] destroyed by the hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma."
Source: Habitat For Humanity
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