Accurate Data & Actionable Insights to Help Arts & Cultural Organizations Raise More Gifts
Equipped with fundraising intelligence on new and prospective donors, arts and cultural organizations can identify more gift prospects, make data-driven gift asks, and fundraise for a capital campaign or development project with confidence.
Use iWave to fuel all of your fundraising initiatives
Arts and culture organizations have the ability to bring joy to people, encourage self expression, and show how performance connects a community. Fundraising professionals in this segment can use iWave to better understand their pool of supporters, from patrons purchasing tickets and visiting their establishments, to membership holders.
Leveraging fundraising intelligence allows museums, theaters and other Arts & Culture organizations to truly understand and segment their pool of potential supporters and major gift prospects with a proven connection to their cause.
Research Efficiently with Our One-Stop-Shop for Wealth, Philanthropic, and Biographic Information
Are you tired of spending precious hours combing through endless documents and data looking for intel on your prospective donors? Let us do the hard work for you. With iWave, you can search a single name across billions of wealth, philanthropic, and biographical data points simultaneously— with just one click. Or focus your search by drilling down into any of iWave’s premium data sources and using custom parameters to narrow your search results.
Use Wealth Screening to Uncover Hidden Gems with an Affinity to Your Cause
Do you have trouble knowing where to start to identify ideal donors in your donor database? iWave Screening is your first step to uncovering your untapped potential. It enables development teams to screen ticket buyers, membership holders, and other patrons you know little about into a prioritized list of prospects with the greatest capacity and inclination to donate a major gift to your organization.
Enrich Your Donor Database with iWave’s Fundraising Intelligence
Are you currently using manual processes to build prospect profiles and leverage wealth scores and intelligence in your database? Save time and avoid manual entry by integrating iWave with your donor management system or DMS. iWave integrates with many DMSs including Tessitura, Salesforce, and Raiser’s Edge NXT.
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“After demoing alternative software, we ultimately decided to go with iWave. As a performing arts nonprofit organization, iWave has been invaluable as we assess the capacity of our current donors, ticket buyers, and personal contacts we meet in various networking or special events settings. The screening function has led us to new board members and major donor candidates.”
iWave is the only fundraising intelligence platform that measures how passionate a donor is about your cause.
Dependable Capacity Scores
Capacity scores are not affected by differences in cost of living by geography—ensuring that wealth ratings are not artificially inflated.
One size rarely fits all in our industry. This is why we offer the ability for you to customize profiles and scores to align with your organization’s projects and goals.
By providing transparency into the records and formulas that generate prospect scores, we help you make sense of your results in a way that is operationally valuable and trusted by your fundraising team.
To reap the benefits of fundraising intelligence, we connect you to the industry’s most accurate and comprehensive data source. Tap into billions of data points from over 40 wealth, biographic, and philanthropic data sources.
Keep your profiles up-to-date with dynamic intelligent updates, manually add or delete records, and refresh scores at any time.
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