Where to Find Individuals Likely to Make Charitable Donations

Are you a marketing manager, director of fundraising, or telemarketing manager for a non-profit?  If so, you know very well the importance of focusing your time and efforts on those most likely to make a charitable donation to your organization.

But where do you find these people, so that you don’t spend 40 hours reaching out to 2000 people only to receive a small number of donations each week?

We often hear from frustrated non-profits that have wasted valuable time and resources trying to recruit the help of those not likely to give at this time. At Natimark, we offer very specific lists of perspective leads. Our goal is to provide you with the best ROI and value so that you can bring in a lot more dollars than what you’ve actually spent on your prospects and marketing – each and every time!

We update our databases on a weekly basis and our “Donor List” specifically includes people that have recently made charitable donations to one or more organizations. Our “average” donor gives approximately $25, with donations ranging from $15 all the way up $100!  This file has 100% available phone numbers, and has been CASS certified to insure accuracy.

Contact Natimark to learn more about this charitable group of citizens and how you can be put in touch with them!

Natimark’s Extra Non-Profit Tip of the Day: When you call upon strangers, teach; don’t sell. Always try to tap in to someone’s passion. If you teach them about an issue and what your organization does to support it, you better your chances of personally connecting with that person, and perhaps uncovering something that you have in common with one another.

 

How To Ensure Compliance Surrounding the “Do Not Call” Registry

If you’re in the telemarketing industry or have a telemarketing profession, you should be VERY aware of the Do Not Call Registry. The National Do Not Call Registry gives consumers a choice about whether to receive telemarketing calls at home or on their mobile phone.

Telemarketers should NOT call an individual’s number once it has been on the registry for 31 days. If you do, the individual can file a complaint against your company with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

The FTC’s mission is to prevent business practices that are anticompetitive or deceptive or unfair to consumers; to enhance informed consumer choice and public understanding of the competitive process; and to accomplish this without unduly burdening legitimate business activity.

The FTC takes aggressive legal action to make sure companies abide by the Do Not Call Registry and many of these legal actions result in companies at fault paying civil penalties.

If you’re about to plan and execute your company’s next telemarketing campaign, wouldn’t you prefer peace of mind?

Because privacy is crucial and legislative changes often occur, operating within compliance can be very time consuming.  Natimark maintains and updates the National FTC Do-Not-Call file, the various states’ Do-Not-Call lists, the DMA Telephone Preference Service (TPS) file and the DMA Pander file. Records are suppressed automatically to ensure that your marketing efforts conform to all Federal and State legislation.

Whether you’re looking to purchase a new list or clean up the one you already have, we encourage you to contact our team first.