FEC.gov is a terrific resource for individual look-up. TrueGivers.com, with it’s millions of home addresses, is designed to provide screening for larger lists and bulk processing which is not practical with individual look-ups. TrueGivers will also provide you with the same links to the actual contribution form on the fec.gov website.
Assets are certainly important. The challenge with an asset-based screening is the dominant wealth indicator is real estate and we all know how problematic that has become in recent years. Clients that select TrueGivers realize that they need more than home value. They need personal, professional, and philanthropic data to qualify prospects and that is [...]
Zoominfo focuses on current professionals and executives which means you are not going to find retired wealth or people not associated with companies. The great news is that with over 50 million profiles you will not be dissapointed with the number of profiles returned. We are so confident you will find added value in this [...]
We are happy to introduce the following new data assets as part of the core TrueGivers screening:
Federal Election Committee – data from the FEC is now updated weekly and available through TrueGivers.com. This data is automatically included in your screening (Profile Report) and the output is FREE when purchased as part of your TrueGivers screening [...]
Zoominfo is a terrific resource for individual look-up. TrueGivers, with more than 3 million home addresses and millions of e-mails is designed to provide screening of large lists which is not practical with individual look-ups.
Zoominfo is a product of Zoom Information, Inc.
NOZA is the largest database of charitable giving in the world but you are absolutely right that it does not contain every donation. NOZA focuses on the honor rolls published on the web, annual reports, and other sources. NOZA also includes gifts reported in press releases to catch larger gifts that may not be published in [...]
TrueGivers is a new name but the people have been doing this for many years. In fact, between just David Lawson and Roger Craver there are more than 65 years of experience in the use of data to drive fundraising decisions. The companies founded include the likes of DonorTrends, Prospect Information Network (P!N) and Craver, [...]
These are certainly challenging times for everyone and that is why we have a number of ways to use our services. One way clients have fit this into tight budgets is to start with a screen the entire file and only pull the top prospects and then go deeper when the budget allows. You can run your [...]
Our solutions are meant to compliment, and build on, the data returned from other screening products. Some of our clients send highly rated prospects from a previous screening to find out the philanthropic giving, biographical, and professional data so that they can do a better job of qualifying the prospects. Other clients have sent us the [...]
You are very fortunate to have a team of researchers. The key question is how to use their valuable time. It can be spent manually searching online content or it can be used working with TrueGivers results to take the information we have found to the next level by layering in both internal and external [...]
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