Showcasing the value of data for nonprofits

Data can be used by nonprofits to:

  • Address agency & community needs;
  • Improve service delivery & program design;
  • Influence policy development, and
  • Stress accountability to donors, volunteers, and the public.

The Value of Data for Ability NB

Case Studies

Here are some great examples of how nonprofits use their data to improve programming & impact measurement

Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland Logo
Using data to enhance volunteer management and the volunteer experience.
Cope Scotland logo
Data is helping one small charity work smarter.
Civic Tech Fredericton logo
A Civic Tech analysis of how much it would cost to end poverty in our province. 
Civic Tech Fredericton - Getting Seniors There
Getting Seniors There:
The role our transit system plays in the social isolation of older adults. 
Man reading book to children
Minnesota philanthropy turns to data to advocate for increased services and infrastructure through data visualization and analysis.
Fife Gingerbread logo
Data is enabling this non-profit to better support single parents and families living in disadvantaged circumstances.
City of Fredericton Affordable Housing
Civic Tech volunteers outlined the demographic information of Fredericton, categorized by ward, to help city councillors as they work to make our city better every day.