This project demonstrated the value of partnering with a leading civic research organization in order to deepen the library’s impact on the community. Through Kinder Institute’s relationships with the Urban Enrichment Institute and the United Way, we were able to shape a curriculum that met the needs of participants and draw an engaged audience. It also showed the effectiveness of a playful, hands-on data literacy curriculum, particularly with younger audiences. In our discussion with the public library, we also learned that adult library patrons are another potential audience, as several of their patrons expressed interest in data training. The librarians were very receptive to and supportive of our work and seem open to future collaborations. We are exploring the possibility of partnering to develop and deliver data literacy training for area nonprofits.