As part of the Nonprofit Data Collaboration project, we have been working with the City of Fredericton to create a Community Prosperity Hub. The Community Prosperity Hub is built on the city’s open data portal. The creation of the hub serves multiple purposes. In the short-term, within the context of the project’s applied research, theContinue reading “The Community Prosperity Hub: using open data to craft a narrative around local housing issues and initiatives”
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Painting by numbers: adding quantitative data to illustrate the scale of potential impact shared in stories.
Introducing Wil-Doo Cycle Wil-Doo Cycle provides cycling programs to youth living in a neighbourhood with a high density of families living below the poverty line and refugees, promoting social inclusion and accessibility. It is a small non-profit that is run by one dedicated Executive Director, but has a large impact on the community that itContinue reading “Painting by numbers: adding quantitative data to illustrate the scale of potential impact shared in stories.”