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Alteryx For Good


There’s more to life than work. At Alteryx, we’re passionate about giving back to worthy causes and invite you to join us in doing good.

Together we can have significant impacts in our communities and in the lives of others.

Want to harness the power of self-service data analytics to help a small charity thrive, advance personal and community educational efforts, or impact decisions to help shape local policies? Alteryx for Good is our way of giving back to influence social change through business analytics.


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Some of our customers and schools are utilizing our software to create impactful opportunities through classroom-taught analytics leading to better employment and industry solutions. Non-profits can better evaluate marketing campaigns to drive fundraising effectiveness and can better leverage business insights to increase efficiencies. We’re also helping organizations with the use of Alteryx to drive governmental policy, create positive changes for the elderly, and identify means to eradicate diseases.

Our Alteryx for Good Program provides students and educators with a free Alteryx Designer license to help foster learning and further classroom teaching. Likewise, non-profits and government agencies with less than $10 million in operating income have the opportunity to receive licenses to aid in achieving their respective missions and goals.

Introducing Alteryx for Good Co-Lab

As a non-profit or educator license recipient and a member of the Alteryx For Good Program, you will have the opportunity to access our network of volunteers through the Alteryx for Good Co-Lab. Our Co-Lab volunteers are skilled in all things Alteryx, are dedicated to solving complex data challenges and share your passion for driving social change.

Don’t wait another minute, learn more about Co-Lab today to find a partner or become a volunteer and begin your analytic problem-solving journey.