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Wilder Research Services

Turning information into impact

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Our work with nonprofits, community leaders, government agencies, foundations, and policymakers provides them with the information they need to understand issues, identify solutions, and make data-informed decisions to improve lives and communities.

As a community-focused organization, we emphasize a collaborative and flexible approach, informed by sound and innovative methods.

Working with Wilder Research

Our experienced in-house staff of nearly 100 researchers, data collection and analysis, web and application development, and communications and graphic design specialists provide a full range of services to meet your needs. A project manager will work with you to identify and implement a plan that gets you the information you need to help you understand what’s working and what’s not, make effective changes, raise funds, and influence policy.

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Read the research services Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

What our partners say

Wilder Research helped us wade through the world of data so we have a clear path to real results. With Wilder at our side, the Northside community will one day share in the prosperity of our state and region.

SONDRA SAMUELS, PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, NORTHSIDE ACHIEVEMENT ZONE

Read stories of our work with partner organizations

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Great Plains Senior Services Collaborative supports older adults to remain healthy and in their homes

A 2018 AARP survey of adults shows that 3 out of 4 adults age 50 and older want to stay in their homes and communities as they age, yet many don’t see that happening for them. Read about how Wilder Research worked with a collaborative of organizations serving older adults in three states to evaluate how their model worked amidst the challenges of a COVID.More about this story »