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What's your story?
Have you used Community Facts data to help make a neighborhood the best it can be? Tell us about it! By collecting and sharing stories of how Community Facts users are positively impacting the Denver metro region, Shift Research Lab is looking to celebrate the change that’s possible when individuals and organizations make more data-informed decisions.
Selected submissions will be highlighted in a gallery on the Community Facts website and promoted through Shift Research Lab communication channels. Thousands of users will see your story and draw on it for ideas and inspiration!
• Stick within 25-100 words per response
• Describe how you/your organization is using data to drive social change
• Think broadly: your family, neighborhood association, nonprofit organizations, or even you as an individual
Describe a time you used Community Facts neighborhood data.
What were you doing? What information were you looking for? What problem were you trying to solve?
e.g., conducting research, planning a program, talking around the dinner table, writing a grant application
What information did you use?
e.g., poverty rates in Five Points or population under 18 in Stapleton
How did the data guide your decision-making or actions?
e.g., a group began meeting, your program received funding, you implemented a policy, residents had a conversation on social media, you used it in planning, you wrote a blog post
Describe your long-term goal(s)
What is your vision for your community or group?
What advice would you share with other Community Facts users?
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