Data visualization projects serve many purposes: a creative outlet, an information vessel, and often a combination of the two achieved by distilling complex information into fun, digestible infographics. The Scout Report frequently features top data visualizations; perhaps some of these annotations have sparked readers' interest in creating their own project. If so, the Data Visualization Society is a great resource. Currently free to join, the membership site is a one-stop shop for data viz publications, programs, and tools. Plus, there are resources for all experience levels. For example, those new to data visualization may value the Office Hours program (appropriately listed under the Programs tab). Hosted by experienced members, these sessions provide virtual support to those with questions on a specific project or those seeking more general support as they dive into data visualization work. Another wonderful offering is the Fireside Chats series (also under Programs), a Zoom-based meetup covering topics of interest to community members. Recordings of past sessions are also available. Additionally, readers may want to check out the Resources section, which includes a list of relevant books and, for experienced creators with an existing portfolio, a catalog of data visualization awards for which creators can apply.