With 38 wealth, biographic, and philanthropic datasets available, you will have access to billions of data points within iWave. Updated on daily, weekly, and monthly schedules, iWave’s superior data is secure, accurate, and relevant to your fundraising needs.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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’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’s People: Identify new prospects with work/home email addresses, age, gender, salary, and other personal information.
Dun & Bradstreet’s Companies: Search for corporate executives with company criteria including address, sector, sales revenue, and the number of employees.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Elections Canada’s Federal Political Donations: Identify prospects who give to Canadian political parties, lobby groups, and public officials with information including contributor type, contribution range, the election year, and candidate information.
HEPdata GiftPlus’s Matching Gifts: Identify matching gifts companies and subsidiaries that match employee gifts with information including contact information, procedures and deadlines, minimum/maximum match amounts, and eligibility requirements.