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In an arena served almost exclusively by for-profit consultancies, CGR stands apart. Since our founding, we have operated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, a status that insulates us from political bias and holds us accountable to our clients’ true shareholders – the communities they serve – positioning them as more desirable places to live and work.
Just like our clients, we’re in the business of making a difference.
Our web-based profiles make information understandable, meaningful, actionable 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 strategic 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.
I want to get the conversation started in my community.
We realize that each community has unique needs and interests. Here are examples of how we've helped meet their needs.
|ACT Rochester||Herkimer Oneida||Mid Hudson Valley||Eastern Tenessee Index||Gulf Coast Community Indicators||Delaware Focus|
To build a unified vision, we need accurate and broad-based information about our community’s most pressing needs and most promising opportunities. That’s why our first step is to become a dynamic and transparent resource for data, knowledge and insight about the wide variety of social, economic and environmental issues affecting quality of life in Delaware.
Marilyn Rushworth Hayward,
Board Chair of the Delaware Community Foundation's Board of Directors
Community indicators tell the story of our region, helping us to clearly see our strengths and challenges and to focus our efforts to improve. Gulf Coast already uses this kind of data to spot regional trends and direct our funding priorities. Our Board wanted to turn that investment into a community-wide resource that anyone can use.
Senior Vice President
Gulf Coast Community Foundation
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.
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.
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.
Former Director of Philanthropy
The Community Foundation of Herkimer & Oneida Counties