Two Tennessee advocacy organizations make change happen with the Databank

The Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition and the American Center for Outreach share more than just a commitment to underserved communities in Tennessee – they also share an address. They are both part of a unique nonprofit community space that contains offices of nonprofits with similar missions. “One of the things we at TIRRC… Read more

Parents for Public Schools, Inc.: Embracing technology to improve efficiency

Parents for Public Schools, Inc.(PPS) is a national organization with over 20 years of experience strengthening public schools by engaging, educating, and mobilizing parents. PPS is located in Jackson, MS, and has 19 chapters in 13 states. Before The Databank, PPS and its chapters used various systems to further the mission of the organization. From… Read more

Conservation Alabama uses the Databank to get out the vote

For the 2012 Election, Conservation Alabama worked tirelessly to encourage voters to support Amendment One, a 20 year extension of Alabama’s Forever Wild Land Trust. Forever Wild has helped preserve 227,000 acres of land that provide the state with economic, recreational, and water quality benefits. In order to ensure that the benefits of Forever Wild… Read more

WDCB optimizes their fundraising with innovative ideas and help from thedatabank

Customized Donation Pages For Each Audience Like all public radio stations, WDCB, located in Chicago, fundraises from many different segments of its audience. From long-time donors, to newsletter donors, to first time web site donors, WDCB had many different targets to contact, and only one online donation form to use for all of them. WDCB… Read more

2010 primary election = big success for many environmental Databank clients

At thedatabank, nothing makes us more proud than seeing our clients achieve their goals with help from their Databank. September is Primary Election month for many states and since those elections wrapped up a couple weeks ago, we’ve seen over a dozen celebratory emails arrive in our inboxes. Three of those emails came from the… Read more