Captricity is inspired by the individuals and organizations working hard to improve lives and communities around the world. We know that for most of these organizations, access to accurate and timely data can make a critical difference, and yet paper is still often the best way to reach the people they serve.
Captricity’s Data for Communities program, since 2011, has offered deeply discounted digitization services to organizations worldwide. It has helped organizations such as Esoko, Cradles to Crayons, Grameen America, Innovations for Poverty Action, Transportation Alternatives, Free the Data, and more.
If your organization could benefit from Captricity’s services but cannot afford our standard pricing, please apply for our Data for Communities Program.
How does it work?
Apply using the link below, and send us a sample of the documents you’ll be using Captricity for.
A member of Captricity’s Data for Communities team will reach out to discuss your use case and how we can help.
Pending approval, receive a discount of 15-90% off Captricity’s standard pricing.
- Write a blog post about your work to help us share how you’re changing your (local or global) community.
Data for Communities is an on-going program that provides worthy organizations and projects access to Captricity’s services at a sliding scale fee. Organizations are encouraged to apply at any time. We will respond to your request within 30 days.
To be eligible for the Data for Communities program, organizations must have a product or project that can benefit significantly and in a definable way from access to digitized data. The digitized data must demonstrably impact the overall outcomes of the project or program and advance the organization’s mission.
Organizations must be classified as a 501(c)(3), be under the fiscal sponsorship of a 501(c)(3) OR be a program of a 501(c)(3) OR be a public school or local government.
Organizations must have a mission that supports one of the following areas:
Education — Strengthening the public education (pre-K and K-12) system or enhancing the educational success of students.
Environment — Preserving and restoring the environment or caring for animal welfare.
Health and Social Services — Improving people’s physical or emotional health and/or providing social services to those who have been unable to participate fully in the social and economic life of the community.
Open Data – Be working to provide access to knowledge, insight and information through open data platforms or programs.
Open Government – Programs and projects that improve the way that citizens and government interact.
Learn how Captricity has supported other organizations working to improve the community around them.
· Transportation Alternatives - http://captricity.com/paper-makes-a-difference-for-new-york-advocacy-group/