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Connected Data for Good
SumAll.org is SumAll.com's non-profit organization dedicated to doing social good by analyzing data. One of the biggest challenges facing charities and non-profits is the lack of resources and data analytics at their disposal. By providing better analytics, we can gauge the success and impact of a social effort and how to improve. Our goal is for charitable organizations to reach more people and to be more effective in the way they do it.
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Partners and Volunteers
We are open to partner with non-profits, social enterprises or government agencies for data-rich, high-impact projects where we can help solve problems by leveraging data. We also welcome volunteers and interns with a strong talent for working with data. Please contact us if you are interested in partnering with us. Partnership Request | Volunteer Application | Internship Application
We have some extra space on our beautiful office floor here in Soho, NYC and want to share it with like-mined Social Tech Start-ups. Desks are going fast, featuring: natural wood desk & spacious layout, conference room, event space for Meetups, WiFi, large saltwater fishtank, shared space with other social tech startups, indoor bike rack, kitchen area, prime location, catered lunch option. More ...
What we are working on
Our current data related initiatives are revolving around the issues of Human Trafficking, Prescription Drug Abuse, Education Technology, Arts & Culture, Homelessness, Disaster Relief and Global Crisis. Our approach is to create measurable impact and add value to a given issue by connecting data-sources, creating algorithms, quantifying impact, visualizing data or just telling a good story based on insights. More ...
Poetry and algorithms rarely go together--and perhaps for good reason. But what happens when the tools of data science are used to analyze long-term engagement in a digital poetry community for youth? And what implications does this have for teaching literacy skills and assessing language acquisition? More ...