Nonprofit Workshops

Data For Community Action: How to Use the 2023 Wellbeing Index (RECORDED)

Review DataHaven’s Greater New Haven Community Wellbeing Index 2023 and discuss its relevance to your organization’s mission, priorities and fundraising efforts.


May 31, 2023


12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.


Zoom Webinar





Local data is key to understanding the community you serve, identifying the problems your organization will solve and strengthening your fundraising. DataHaven is here to make your job easier! Their 2023 Greater New Haven Community Wellbeing Index provides the most up-to-date analysis of the quality of life in every town in the region. Learn more about current needs, racial disparities and how to use this new data to fuel your purpose and tell your organization’s story.

During this 90-minute webinar, nonprofit leaders will have the opportunity to walk through the Community Wellbeing Index with DataHaven’s Executive Director, Mark Abraham and research staff to better understand the report and the trends revealed within. At this interactive discussion, DataHaven will also share information about its latest town-level data resources. Several area nonprofits will discuss how their organizations use the Wellbeing Index to determine priorities and advance conversations with key stakeholders and donors about the disparities and emerging needs of the Greater New Haven community.

Download your copy of the Greater New Haven Community Wellbeing Index 2023 below prior to the webinar.


DataHaven: Mark Abraham, Executive Director; Kelly Davila, Senior Research Associate; Camille Seaberry, Senior Research Associate

Mark, Kelly, Camille are senior staff at DataHaven, a public service nonprofit organization that partners with local and state government agencies, academic and health care institutions, foundations and community organizations to collect, share and interpret public information about Connecticut. They are among the lead authors of DataHaven's 2023 Community Wellbeing Index publications.

For questions or changes in registration, please contact Stephanie Chung.