Use these databases to locate information and case studies on different companies and organizations.
Websites can be a wealth of information on companies, industries, and organizations. However, you might not find one for your specific client, especially if it's a small institution. In those cases, use Google to search for similar organizations and relevant industry trade groups, government information sites, and educational institutions. Here are a few examples:
Alley Cat Allies works with communities to champion low-cost spay and neuter policies and programs, as well as lifesaving Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) and Shelter-Neuter-Return (SNR), and acts as a resource for thousands of cat caregivers, advocates, nonprofit groups, and volunteers.
When browsing sites like the above, look for sections with names such as Resources, Library, Tools, etc. These places are usually where educational materials and guidance can be found.