With 38 wealth, biographic, and philanthropic datasets available, you will have access to over 1 billion 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.