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US Database Identifies Corporate Donors


Monday, 21st April 2008 at 4:02 pm
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The face of 'prospecting' has just become easier in the US with the launch of a searchable database of corporations that give more than a million dollars to charity!

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Monday, 21st April 2008 at 4:02 pm

The face of ‘prospecting’ has just become easier in the US with the launch of a searchable database of corporations that give more than a million dollars to charity!

The free service to the charity sector by the NonProfit Times and search engine NOZASEARCH in the US offers a database of more than 4,000 $US1 million + corporate donations.

The service is free and no registration is required. US charities can simply search by business name, or create an instant list by location or cause. NOZA says results can be exported directly into a spreadsheet with the click of a button.

NOZA already has a database of 30 million individual donation records which can be accessed for a small fee of around $US25.

The free corporate database might be useful for Australian charities to see what multinational corporations are giving away. Worth a look just to see who is giving and to what causes.

Check out: www.nozasearch.com



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