Easy access to research and statistical data for United Ways to utilize in their resource development and marketing efforts:
Florida-specific and County-specific Data:
- U.S. Census Bureau "QuickFacts" (easy access to facts about people, business, and geography); Population Finder (find and compare populations of states, counties, or cities); and more.
- Florida Statistical Abstract Online (FSAO) (Bureau of Economic and Business Research, UF) - County-specific data on population, employment, income, housing, education, etc.
- Kids Count Data Center - Florida Indicator Data - State, county, and city-specific data via customizable indicator reports. Search by state, county, city and by topic and subtopics (such as graduation rates). General topic areas include demographics, economic well-being, education, family & community, health, safety & risky behaviors, with multiple - more specific - subtopics under each.
- FedStats - Gateway to state and county statistics from more than 100 federal agencies.
- Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida
- Florida Office of Program Policy Analysis & Governmental Accountability (OPPAGA)
- County Health Rankings & Roadmaps - Health rankings and data by county.
- Data USA - "The most comprehensive visualization of U.S. Public Data"
- Oral Health Statistical Data links:
- The National Center for Education Statistics is the best resource for student demographic and economic information by school district and schools within a district. (When you click on the link, enter the information for State and County and select the Search button. This will bring you to a screen that lists the school district(s) in that county. Click the School District you are seeking information about and it will populate the schools in that district on the next page. Click the Schools for this District link. Once you find the school, click the name of the school and then scroll down to the bottom of the school information page and it will tell you the number of students receiving free/reduced priced lunches.)
- Oral Health Emergency Room Expenditures will give you county information about preventable conditions that resulted in ER visits by age and expenditures. Also, at the lower left hand corner of the information page is a breakdown of the highest number of dental visits by zip code. Are any of the schools in your Oral Health America grant application in this “high need” zip code?
- Florida’s Pediatric Dental Health is an interactive state map with great information. Just mouse over your county to see the number of disadvantaged children with access to dental programs. NOTE: The data used for this map is from 2009; there is not a more recent one released.
Florida United Way Information & Data:
- NEW! Florida United Ways: State of the State 2019 (PowerPoint presentation at Feb. 2019 Board/CPO meeting)
- Florida United Way Campaign Data (2006-2016) (sortable Excel spreadsheet; source - UWW, October 2017)
- Public Sector Giving Results (annual UWOF Public Sector Giving Survey)
- Florida United Way Investment Data Around Education, Income & Health (June 2013 UWOF Snapshot Survey)
- Publix Campaign Survey Results (annual UWOF Publix Contributions Survey)
- NEW! 2015 (April 2017) -- NOTE: The 2015 Results are based on ACTUAL dollars collected and paid out, rather than on "pledged" or "gross" amounts as in previous years.
- 2014 (March 2016) -- NOTE: The 2014 Results are based on ACTUAL dollars collected and paid out, rather than on "pledged" or "gross" amounts as in previous years.
- 2013 (October 2014)
- 2012 (October 2013)
- 2011 (October 2012)
- 2010 (March 2012)
- 2009 (April 2011)
- Center for Law and Social Policy - Resources and Publications (policy solutions that work for low-income people)
- Center for the Study of Social Policy
- Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
- Center on Infant Mental Health & Development, University of Washington
- Child Trends (national DataBank) (examines and monitors more than 100 indicators that focus on risks and positive developments for children)
- Economic Policy Institute
- Families and Work Institute
- Families USA
- Food Research and Action Center
- Institute for Research on Poverty, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Institute for Child Health Policy, University of Florida
- National Center for Education Statistics
- Statistic Portal and Database for United States
- The Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, University of South Florida
- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
- U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
The Child Trends DataBank examines and monitors more than 100 indicators that focus on risks and positive developments for children. - See more at: http://www.childtrends.org/databank/#sthash.6eVVh7ye.dpufThe Child Trends DataBank examines and monitors more than 100 indicators that focus on risks and positive developments for children. - See more at: http://www.childtrends.org/databank/#sthash.6eVVh7ye.dpufThe Child Trends DataBank examines and monitors more than 100 indicators that focus on risks and positive developments for children. - See more at: http://www.childtrends.org/databank/#sthash.6eVVh7ye.dpuf