The Colorado Nonprofit GIS map provides a snap shot of your nonprofit community. It was created to help nonprofits, funders, community members and government gain a better understanding of the nonprofits in their area and also to help identify opportunities for collaboration or gaps in services.
How to use the GIS Map
The Colorado Nonprofit GIS map allows users to search for 501(c)(3) nonprofits by city, county, legislative district, keyword and mission. For the best results try narrowing down your results by searching in a specific geographic region in addition to a focus area.
Where does this information come from?
Information comes from publicly available IRS and Colorado Secretary of State data, and from Colorado Nonprofit Association members.
How can I update my information?
If you would like to update any of your organization’s information you can fill out this form. You will need to know your EIN number, and then you can help us to fill in information about your organization.
Can I export a list of the results from my search?
Users are not able to export a list of their search results. This function was not included in order to protect nonprofit organizations from individuals who would use a contact list for direct personal gain or sending spam.
What can I do when the map says I have too many results?
The Colorado Nonprofit GIS map will only display up to 1500 results for one search. For the best results narrow your search by a specific location and other criteria.
Direct questions and comments to Sara Raab at sara@ColoradoNonprofits.org or (303) 832-5329.