Geography provides a framework for problem-solving
Thousands of nonprofit entities and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) around the world use a geographic approach to advance their missions. This approach has a foundation in geographic information system (GIS) technology that enables faster data sharing, fluid collaboration, and decisive action. Viewing operations and outreach through a geographic lens elevates strategic business plans, enhances services, and promotes lasting change.
Gain a new perspective on your mission with GIS
Nonprofit organizations can apply a geographic approach to everything they do. GIS technology allows staff and volunteers to connect data based on geography and apply spatial thinking to decision-making. This unique perspective on creating, managing, analyzing, and mapping all types of data empowers teams to better communicate causes, understand communities, act on missions, and measure impacts. Use cloud-based and cost-effective tools to extend services, attract volunteers, expand and manage donor networks, and shape public policies.
Esri User Conference | July 15–19, 2024 | San Diego Convention Center | San Diego, California
Stay updated on the good work nonprofit organizations and NGOs are doing to support positive change. Learn how organizations of all sizes around the world apply GIS to advance their missions and create a just, sustainable, and peaceful world where everyone can thrive.
Esri Nonprofit Organization Program
The Esri Nonprofit Organization Program provides nonprofit organizations with low-cost access to GIS software, training, content, and other resources. Join a vibrant community of nonprofits around the globe working to create a better world.