iWave’s comprehensive data suite allows development teams to gather wealth, philanthropic, and biographic information on foundations, individuals, and corporations. With billions of data points at their disposal, iWave users will be able to uncover critical intel on prospective and current donors to ensure they are always asking the right person for the right amount at the right time.
Biographical data is one of the building blocks for prospect research. It encompasses the basics like names, email addresses, and phone numbers, all of which are essential pieces to starting a prospect search. Biographical information can also include educational background, professional information, alma mater, and professional network, as well as executives and company information (including revenue)!
Using this information, users can build lists based solely on biographic information. An example of this list would be high-profile executives who reside in your city or state.
ZoomInfo provides biographical, employment, education and contact information on your prospects. With access to ZoomInfo’s subscription service, you can prospect for new donors, find lost alumni and build lists quickly and easily. Enhance existing profiles with contact information, board affiliations, employment records, background, personal and professional networks, and more.
ZoomInfo’s People: Prospect for new individual donors with contact information, board affiliations, employment records, personal interests, educational background, personal and professional networks, and more.
ZoomInfo’s Companies: Build lists of employees and executives based on industry, revenue, and the number of employees.
ZoomInfo’s Alumni: Search for alumni from US and Canadian colleges and universities.
RelSci is a technology platform that enables institutions to harness the power of their relationships to accelerate business and fundraising development. Select components of RelSci relationship data are integrated with iWave such as relationships to alma maters, family members, and board membership. If relationship mapping is a function of the development and prospect research departments, organizations will want to check out RelSci.com.
RelSci’s People: Access profiles on more than 7 million influential people and view their top relationships.
RelSci’s Companies: Search for influencers using corporate and nonprofit indicators including industry/cause, sector, EIN, and NAICS codes.
RelSci’s Alumni: Identify alumni and their top 50 connections to expand your donor base.
Dun & Bradstreet
Dun & Bradstreet brings together US, Canadian, and international information on corporate executives and businesses they work for, allowing you to get a deeper understanding of your prospects. The information identifies work email address and home address for the individual, address and contact information for the company, and personal and company information such as sector, sales revenue, and the number of employees.
iWave offers four databases from DatabaseUSA.com: Companies, Executives at Home, Consumer Profiles, and Death Records. iWave users have access to contact and biographic information on 250+ million individuals and 15 million businesses. DatabaseUSA’s business database is triple-verified and 95% accurate. iWave is the only prospect research platform to provide access to this amount of comprehensive information from DatabaseUSA.com®.
DatabaseUSA’s Executives at Home: Identify wealthy executives with home contact information, employer, title, age, gender, etc.
DatabaseUSA’s Consumers: Search for new prospective donors with home address, email, phone, etc.
DatabaseUSA’s Businesses: Identify small and mid-sized businesses (number of employees, sales revenue, contact information, etc.
Wealth data provides insight into a prospect’s capacity to give and allows nonprofit organizations to determine future gift asks for current and prospective donors. Wealth indicators, such as investments or aircraft ownership, can be used to help formulate data-informed major gift asks.
One of the key components of wealth data is real estate holdings. Using iWave’s real estate information, nonprofit organization’s are able to learn about a prospect’s capacity to give while factoring in what is in many cases, their largest asset.
CoreLogic is the premier supplier of US real estate, mortgage, property records, and tax assessments. With access to this data you can prospect for new donors by zip code, street name, asset range, find multiple properties across numerous states for a single donor and determine capacity to give by researching current property value, and mortgage details. This is especially helpful when you find prospects with free and clear real estate holdings purchased in cash. This alone can be a great indicator of major gift capacity.
CoreLogic’s Free-and-Clear Real Estate Holdings: Identify mortgage-free properties owned by individuals and corporations.
CoreLogic’s Commercial Real Estate Holdings: Search for properties owned by corporations across various property types.
CoreLogic’s Personal Real Estate Holdings: Search for properties owned by individuals including appraised value, assessed value, property tax, and more.
Thomson Reuters is a leading and well-recognized provider of individual and company wealth and insider transaction information. The addition of Thomson Reuters will bring iWave clients more donor contact details, executive biographies, company information, cash compensation, and detailed insider trades share information, all of which will help them make a better educated major gift ask.
Thomson Reuters’ People: Search for multinational individuals with wealth based on criteria including alma mater, age, job title, officer status, and compensation.
Thomson Reuters’ Companies: Build lists of corporate employees and executives based on geography, classification, and the number of employees.
Thomson Reuters’ Alumni: Build lists of alumni for US and Canadian secondary and post-secondary institutions.
Thomson Reuters’ Insider Filings: Search insider transactions and security ownership by individuals and companies.
Thomson Reuters’ Insider Holdings: Identify prospects with liquid assets based on criteria including the value of holdings and number of shares
Utilizing over 70 different sources, Larkspur Data’s Prospects of Wealth database identifies millions of high net worth individuals. With Prospects of Wealth, you can create a great lead list to identify new prospects that have the financial means to contribute to your organization, and see annual income, age categories, and generate mailing labels from home addresses.
Larkspur’s Prospects of Wealth Personal Information: Identify prospects that have the financial means to contribute to your organization based on estimated net worth, evidence of wealth, and interests.
Larkspur’s Prospects of Wealth Corporate Information: Build lists of business owners and executives based on corporate information including sales revenue, employees, and NAICS codes.
FAA Aircraft Ownership
Aircraft ownership is an indicator of wealth. With this data, you have access to all U.S Civil Aircraft records maintained by the FAA, Civil Aviation Registry, Aircraft Registration Branch & AFS-750. You can search by Name, Location, Registrant Type and Aircraft Type.
US Civil Aircrafts: This dataset includes Aircraft Registrants (Owners) categorized as Individuals, Co-Owners, Companies, and Government. FAA data also contains Registrant Address, Co-Owners/Partners information, Aircraft Manufacturer, Aircraft Type.
Manifold Data Mining
Manifold Data Mining, Inc. provides critical Canadian demographic information that helps improve the accuracy of capacity ratings for Canadian prospects. Information provided includes the median Canadian property value, median annual household income, and the average value of household charitable donations.
Manifold’s Property Values: Identify Canadian prospects with real estate holdings based on 6-digit postal code property values.
Manifold’s Household Income: Identify prospects based on median annual household income.
Manifold’s Average Donations: Identify prospects based on the average value of household charitable donations, including donations to religious causes.
The best way to predict a prospect’s future giving is to look at their past giving. iWave’s philanthropic databases provide a detailed look into a prospect’s past giving behaviour which will allow for nonprofit organizations to understand where and when they donate money. Among iWave’s philanthropic databases is one featuring corporate matching gift information. This database will show which companies match their employees’ charitable gift donations.
Using past giving, nonprofits are also able to understand whether a prospect has affinity to an organization or specific cause. This means nonprofits are able to get strategic when making gift asks, knowing what type of causes a prospect is passionate about or has a connection with.
VeriGift is the fastest growing and most up-to-date database of charitable gift donations, recipients, and donors in the industry. It is also the only database that links every record to its original source, you can quickly verify the information. There are over 1.5M new records added every month. VeriGift helps you determine whether your prospect has the propensity to give and whether they have a connection to your cause.
VeriGift’s Individual Donations: Identify individuals who donate to charitable causes and see the gift year, amount, and type.
VeriGift’s Corporate Donations: Identify corporations that donate charitably or have charitable foundations.
VeriGift’s Foundation Donations: Search for recipient private, corporate, and family foundations that are granting or receiving charitable donations.
VeriGift’s Recipient Organizations: Identify local, regional, and national organizations receiving gifts from your current or prospective donors.
VeriGift’s Annual Gifts: Download PDF copies of annual reports verifying each donation record.
iWave provides access to US foundation and charity information via GuideStar. GuideStar is the most comprehensive source of private foundation and public charity information in the industry. Not only does it provide you with information on nonprofit officers and board members, it also contains full 990′s, summarized financial records, purpose of grant information, and impact statement.
GuideStar’s Foundations and Public Charities: Research which foundations and charities award grants, how to apply, when applications are due, and any restrictions.
GuideStar’s Grantees: Identify organizations in your area who have received grants from local, regional, and national foundations.
GuideStar’s Board Members, Officers and Employees: Build lists of people who work for or on behalf of foundations and public charities.
Federal political contributions serve as a great indicator of capacity to give charitably. This US political contribution information can help you identify your prospect’s comprehensive giving history to federal campaigns, enables searching by political party and lobby group to identify donors who share an interest in your cause, and facilitates searching by contribution amount to identify high capacity donors.
Federal Elections Commission’s Federal Political Donations: Identify prospects who give to political parties, lobby groups, and public officials with information including contribution year, range, and candidate information.
Political Contributions can serve as a great indicator of potential philanthropic giving. Canadian political records are provided by Elections Canada. This political contribution information can help you identify your prospect’s comprehensive giving history to federal campaigns, donors who contribute to political parties and let’s you search by contribution amount to identify high capacity donors.
National Institute on Money In Politics
With state political contribution records, you can identify your prospect’s giving history to state-level candidates, which is a great indicator of capacity to give charitably. Plus, you can search by political party to identify donors who share an interest in your cause, and facilitate searches by contribution amount to identify high capacity donors.
Canada Revenue Agency
iWave’s Canadian foundation and public charity information is brought to you by the Canada Revenue Agency. Foundations and public charity data offers in-depth information about Canada’s registered charitable organizations, private foundations and public foundations.
Canada Revenue Agency’s Funders: Identify Canadian grant funders by geography, category, type, assets, and contribution range.
Canada Revenue Agency’s Grantees: Identify organizations in your area that have received grants from Canadian foundations and public charities.
Canada Revenue Agency’s People: Build a list of directors who work for Canadian foundations and public charities.
Matching Gifts helps you maximize your fundraising efforts by identifying companies that will match their employee’s donations to your organization to double or even triple your donations. It helps you identify matching gifts companies, subsidiaries, and divisions that match employee gifts. And also gives you the information you need to collect matching funds including contact information, procedures and deadlines, minimum/maximize match amounts, eligibility requirements, conditions, and in many cases even a link to the matching gift request form.
In partnership with Dow Jones, iWave brings you global news and obituaries from over 750 reliable sources. With iWave News and Obituaries, nonprofits can access and be alerted to important information about prospects, donors, foundations and more. With this new feature, you will be able to operate more efficiently by acting on up-to-date information.
Using location, date, publisher, and keywords (e.g. a person’s name, a town, a college, a hospital, a business, a non-profit, a grant), you can search within six philanthropic-related categories. These categories include, Obituaries, Obituary News, Lottery Winners, Donations: Health Care, Donations: Education and Donations: Arts and Culture.
More categories will be added in the coming months.