Database Screening

Factary can help you find the best prospects in your in-house database – whether that’s a database of alumni, clients, donors, volunteers or just contacts. Using a combination of data analysis and modelling, we can identify the people in your database who could be your best, biggest donors.

Factary has been analysing donor, alumni and box office databases for charities, universities and arts organisations since 1992.

We have secure, UK-based systems for data handling and reporting, adapted to the latest legislation. Our analysis is carried out by specialist researchers – not solely by machines – to ensure that the results you get are coherent, useful and insightful.

Factary’s screening, research & analysis can help you find:

  • prospects for major gift campaigns;
  • potential new board members and campaign leaders;
  • philanthropic & influential people; and
  • Potential “Middle Donors” to help drive your campaign.

Following the completion of a screening and the delivery of a screening report, Factary offers several options for data reporting, all designed to make your fundraising better focused and more effective.

For more information about screening, including detail on costs, format requirements and samples, call us on 0117 916 6740 or refer to our contact details.

Database Analysis & INSIGHT

Factary’s knowledge of what drives and motivates influential, wealthy and philanthropic individuals is built on over twenty five years of research in the UK nonprofit sector.

Our research will help you identify those who are most relevant and connected to your cause.

We use our experience and knowledge, coupled with the insights gleaned from your data to uncover the full potential of your database.

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DATABASE HEALTH CHECK

Get a report on the state of your database content.

Our data checks can be run prior to a screening and will not only help identify problem areas, but once corrected will help maximise its potential when screened.

Data corrections will be summarised in a report and the corrected data can be returned in many formats.

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