Since 2008, SharedGeo has been developing and promoting geospatial technologies which make "where" in emergency response much more accurate and effective. From responding to flooding in the Red River Valley of the North in 2009, 2010 Haiti Earthquake, 2017 hurricane disasters in the United States and Puerto Rico, or other more recent disasters, SharedGeo developed geospatial technologies have been in use.
But disaster response is NOT the only way SharedGeo works to deliver on its mission, "to help government, nonprofit, education, and corporate entities use mapping technologies and share geographic data for the public good." Some others include:
In many cases SharedGeo services are provided at little or no cost to entities serving the public good.
SharedGeo provides this incredible range of services by devoting over 95% of the funds it receives directly to project support, while simultaneously keeping overhead and administrative costs to under 5%. That is an AMAZING track record of fiscal stewardship which has been made possible by an incredibly dedicated leadership team and many employees who freely donate their time!
Help us continue our mission by donating today using the green DONATE button at the top of the screen!
Every donation, no matter how big or small, helps. Recurring donations are especially helpful. Support SharedGeo with as little as $10 a month.
SharedGeo also maintains two set-aside accounts which flow donations directly to the specific projects shown below. Just like a donation to SharedGeo, any donation you give to these projects will be tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.