As technology emerges at the forefront for driving positive change, organizations like TechSoup and Public Good App House are becoming catalysts for social impact. These platforms connect technology companies with nonprofits, providing innovative solutions to address pressing societal challenges.
Foursquare has enthusiastically joined this movement, recognizing the power of our location technology platform to make a difference and committing to using technology for positive change.
As part of this partnership, Nick Rabinowitz, Foursquare Senior Staff Software Engineer, joined a panel discussion with fellow GIS industry leaders on the power of mapping to make a difference in the nonprofit sector. The panelists explored mapping applications for nonprofits to visualize impact, optimize resources, and make data-driven decisions. Whether they’re looking to better understand their local communities, allocate resources more efficiently, or measure their impact, tools like Foursquare Studio provide a significant benefit for organizations committed to creating.
In the video below, Nick showcases how Foursquare Studio can be used to identify food insecurity in underserved communities. This demonstration highlights how visualizing location data can help nonprofits identify where to allocate their time, resources, and efforts.
Foursquare for Good: How Nonprofits Can Get Involved
Foursquare for Good is our company’s commitment to using location technology as a force for positive social impact. Through collaboration, innovation, and a commitment to social responsibility, Foursquare is helping nonprofits achieve their goals and make a lasting impact on the communities they serve.
Nonprofits interested in exploring how Foursquare’s technology can benefit their missions are encouraged to reach out to our team to learn more.