Community Profiles

I want to get the conversation started in my community.

We Deliver Reliable Data So You Can Tackle Your Community's Challenges

Our web-based profiles make the information understandable, meaningful and accessible. Each profile is a launching pad for community-wide dialogues about strengths, challenges and opportunities. Profiles are valuable for informing community planning and strategy development. In order to be effective, these profiles have to be up to date and engaging. We handle that, so you can focus on tackling your community's challenges.

We Provide You With An Engaging Rallying Point

Our community profiles are so much more than cold lifeless data. Through the use of our visualizations, visitors engage with the information.


Dynamic Visualization

By clicking on the legend, visitors can choose what is included in the chart.


See The Data

Display the underlying data simply by hovering your mouse over the chart.


Bring It With You

Download the chart as an image file to easily encorporate it into a presentation or report.


Take it Further

Take your community's data and run your own analysis or create your own chart.

Here's How We Have Helped Others

We realize that each community has unique needs and interests. Here are examples of how we've helped meet their needs.

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What Others Are Saying About Our Community Profiles

When we prepared our Community Action Plan for Greater Rochester’s Children, we used ACT Rochester data on teen pregnancy, child poverty, infant mortality, and other critical issues to inform us about the most pressing needs of children and families in our community.
Having this information at our fingertips was very helpful to our analysis and we quote this information in presentations and in our advocacy materials for legislators, funders, and the general public.
Jeff Kaczorowski, M.D., Executive Director
The Children's Agenda
It gives us a common starting point from which to move forward as we think about the issues facing our region and how best to address them. Open access to information about poverty, education, housing, and other areas is extremely important in this regard.
Diana M. Gurieva, Executive Vice President & CEO
The Dyson Foundation
Good quality and easily accessible data is essential to making good decisions and creating better planning in our community.
Tim Kelly, Former Executive Director
United Way of Cayuga County
The community indicators website not only provides a level playing field for public discourse by local residents to advocate for better public policy, it also provides a common language for discussion and solution building.
Corrine Ribble, Former Director of Philanthropy
The Community Foundation of Herkimer & Oneida Counties