DATA helps not-for-profits acquire donors and execute effective fundraising programs in today's increasingly fragmented and competitive market. With more than 30 years of NFP experience and a national network of print, digital and call-centre resources, we serve some of Canada's largest NFP organizations. We understand the challenges these clients face, and we provide the services that help them tell their story, from analytics and creative to full outsourced support.
More than ever, NFPs today are looking for measurable ROI and the lowest cost-per-dollar-raised. Serving as an extension of our clients' marketing teams, we provide expert print, digital and call-centre services that support the entire campaign lifecycle, from creative and mailing to processing and fulfillment. Through full outsourced support, we help them make the most of their resources at minimal cost.
There are now more than 85,000 registered not-for-profits in Canada alone. DATA helps some of the largest and most respected differentiate their look and message through:
Combining innovation with years of experience, we help clients cut through the clutter to increase conversion and promote long-term retention.
Social media is a powerful channel for telling a story — but how do you use it to gain genuine followers and donors?
For one client, we created a microsite that lets visitors give 'virtual gifts' and encourages them to share online.
The result is a dynamic digital platform and fun donation experience that rounds out a broader marketing strategy.
While print remains the most effective way to engage people, it is one part of the donor equation.
DATA's innovative, omni-channel approach to acquisition combines print, digital and call-centre resources in ways that acquire donors and cultivate long-term loyalty.
Our clients have meaningful stories to tell — we help them choose the right medium.
As marketers, we tend to start the new year with high hopes for innovative new campaigns, but by February or March, we’re already beginning to feel defeated.
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