Apogee

High-quality cooperative donor data to power your omnichannel strategy

Turn expansive donor data into robust predictions that benefit your mission

1000+

Nonprofit Organizations

95M+

Donors

75M+

Unique Giving Households

A cooperative donor database aggregates known donation activity from hundreds of organizations across millions of individual donors. This unique, rich data combined with other demographic, behavioral, and commercial data allows contributing organizations to acquire high quality donors, optimize their active donors, and reactivate lapsed donors cost effectively, creating a mutually beneficial partnership”

Colin Anderson

General Manager Cooperative Data, Data Axle Nonprofit

ACTIONABLE DATA SHOWING DONATION ACTIVITY AT THE INDIVIDUAL LEVEL
ACTIONABLE DATA SHOWING DONATION ACTIVITY AT THE INDIVIDUAL LEVEL

ACTIONABLE DATA SHOWING DONATION ACTIVITY AT THE INDIVIDUAL LEVEL

Cutting-edge predictive modeling to engage prospective donors

Power your campaigns with customized modeling. Apogee’s cloud-based modeling platform provides you access to the most current, proven machine learning techniques, making it even easier to identify high-quality donors.

Informed segmentation: The solution to 2022’s paper shortages and postal slowdown
4.5.22 4 min read

Informed segmentation: The solution to 2022’s paper shortages and postal slowdown

  Direct mail is a crucial channel for many (if not all) nonprofits. In fact, in 2021, standard direct mail open rates can reach nearly 90%.1 However, larger economic and supply chain issues are inflating the cost of reaching prospective donors. The expense of postage, handling, creative, and list rental all add up. We aren’t […]

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Our Data Axle team ensures that our appeals get to the right audience at the right time. I especially appreciate their ideas on cost savings for our projects. In addition, our alumni and donor database has become much more accurate — and as a result, more productive and profitable — through our partnership. We work together as a team and that’s the best way to get effective results.”

Joel Rittle

National Louis University

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