GISCorps Partners are based all over the world. They are public entities, nonprofit organizations, non-governmental organizations, and professional associations. Occasionally, they are organizations operating under a social business model or undertaking a project for humanitarian purposes rather than for profit.
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GISCorps, specifically volunteer Joe Luchette, have provided an invaluable service to the mission. Your contributions have enhanced our Search and Rescue Mission portal for the better and ultimately saved lives.
This project helps us understand not only the lost person’s behavior from a spatial perspective but also better understand who we are searching for and the best techniques and training we must have. Thank you again, GISCorps!
Monty Bell, Search and Rescue Stats Chair
Mountain Rescue Association, May 2023
GISCorps’ generous program to assist non-profits with their GIS-related projects was managed very professionally, we had very capable expertise from their volunteer, and we are now practiced at the periodic data operations our program uses to communicate our progress to our community.
Barbara Tuset, Co-Director, Audubon at Home Program
Audubon Society of Northern Virginia, May 2023
Our volunteer was extremely helpful and professional. They were not only able to build the app that we requested, but also provided training and a manual for how to update and build the app ourselves thus providing our organization with tools to continue our mission in fighting poverty in the Bay Area.
Emily Chan, Program Analyst
United Way Bay Area, April 2023
GISCorps was an integral partner in supporting, mapping, interpreting, and visualizing our work to help small farmers and food-insecure people during the pandemic and it’s aftermath. Their volunteers knowledge, kindness, and passion lent a tremendous amount to our work. We are extremely grateful for the hard work and professionalism of our GISCorps volunteer.
Nicholas Ellis, Director of Research
Growing the Table, January 2023
GISCorps is delightful to work with – they are wonderfully responsive, capable, and supportive. I would highly recommend collaborating with the team for anyone who is considering it.
Jessica White, GIS Project Specialist
Direct Relief, May 2022
This partnership with GISCorps enabled WMHO’s environmental program to reach new heights. GISCorps’ volunteer helped WMHO harness GIS mapping in order to improve the scope and depth of our research capabilities’, as well as our abilities to analyze and communicate them for the public.
Deborah Boudreau, Education Director
The Ward Melville Heritage Organization, June 2022
GISCorps’ assistance has helped Kisatchie-Delta Regional Planning & Development District re-establish GIS capabilities at a crucial point in time to support economic and disaster recovery after cascading disasters of numerous hurricanes, COVID, and a prior, catastrophic technology incident.
Heather Smoak Urena, Executive Director
Kisatchie-Delta Regional Planning & Development District, May 2022
The people behind GISCorps are very helpful and accommodating. They try to understand the needs of the organization and then find ways on how they can extend their assistance. We have benefited a lot from the outstanding services of GISCorps and their volunteers.
Ian Neil Culallad, Research & Planning Officer
Mountain Province Disaster Risk Reduction & Management Office, March 2022