iWave Primer: Learn How to Leverage Real Estate Data, Find Volunteers and Double Your Donations

A prospect research tool is handy when you’re a nonprofit. Depending on the tool your organization uses, you’re able to compile pieces of data around a prospect to paint a picture on their fit as a major gift prospect. In iWave, for example,  you can conduct wealth screening, build prospect profiles, and conduct searches on […]

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How To Implement A Grateful Patient Program

Imagine you are the director of development at a hospital foundation in a mid-sized city. You have an average intake of 100 patients every day. You know from building lists in your prospect research tool that there are many wealthy individuals giving to healthcare causes in your area. But are they visiting your hospital? If they […]

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A ‘Thank You’ of Our Own For #ResearchPride

There seem to be more and more opportunities to celebrate these days. There are days, weeks, and months dedicated to showing appreciation. National Cupcake Day. World Health Day. Teacher Appreciation Week. And the list goes on. So on the last week of Research Pride Month, we want to say THANK YOU! Your Work Matters At […]

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iWave Unveils New Generate Profile Feature

iWave, the industry’s top-rated fundraising intelligence platform, is thrilled to announce an update that will better serve their clients. Generate Profile uses iWave’s matching logic to create a prospect profile for you by bringing wealth and philanthropic records together using a name(s) and an address. This new feature is the fastest way for development professionals […]

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What is Fundraising Intelligence and Why is it so Important?

You may have noticed, but we talk about Fundraising Intelligence a lot. And there’s a good reason for that. We believe in it! If you’ve never heard of the term before, think business intelligence – for fundraising. In the age of technology, social networking, and an overall overload of information, business intelligence takes data and […]

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The Engagement Trap: Moving from Meaningful Connection to Meaningful Gift

Guest Post by Kathleen Loehr The research on women’s philanthropy highlights again and again that women want to be engaged before they are asked for a gift. For example, in their 2015 report, “Where Do Men and Women Give?,” the Women’s Philanthropy Institute found: Women report that they are motivated to give because they are on the […]

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