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Exploring Windfall Philanthropic Interests

  • updated 4 mths ago

EverTrue has teamed up with Windfall Wealth Screening to pull wealth indicators directly onto EverTrue constituent profiles. Windfall collects information about your most affluent individuals.

Windfall's philanthropic interest data can be found near the bottom of a constituent profile's Enrichment tab within the Philanthropic Interest section. The interests listed in this section relate to the constituent's philanthropic giving, as well as indicate their preferred political party (if applicable). 

This Windfall-provided data can also be found and filtered on within your Constituents tab of the left-hand navigation bar using the Interests filter.

When using the Interests filter, you will find two political party alignments (Democrat, Republican) and 26 Windfall-provided philanthropic classifications indicating the causes/organization types a constituent may focus on in their philanthropic giving. Other classifications listed in this filter are not provided by Windfall, and should not be relied upon as an indication of philanthropic giving interests.

The interests provided by Windfall that directly relate to a constituent's wealth indicator of philanthropic giving are the following:

  • Art, Culture, & Humanities - Private nonprofit organizations whose primary purpose is to promote appreciation for and enjoyment and understanding of the visual, performing, folk, and media arts; the humanities (archaeology, art history, modern and classical languages, philosophy, ethics, theology, and comparative religion); history and historical events; and/or communications (film, video, publishing, journalism, radio, television).
  • Education - Private nonprofit organizations or institutions whose primary focus is on education.
  • Environment - Private nonprofit organizations whose primary purpose is to preserve, protect, and improve the environment.
  • Animal-Related - Private nonprofit organizations whose primary purpose is to provide for the care, protection, and control of wildlife and domestic animals that are a part of the living environment, to help people develop an understanding of their pets, and to train animals for purposes of showing.
  • Healthcare - Private nonprofit organizations whose primary focus is healthcare.
  • Mental Health & Crisis Intervention - Private nonprofit organizations whose primary focus is to promote mental health and aid in crisis intervention.
  • Voluntary Health Associations & Medical Disciplines - Private nonprofit organizations whose primary focus is voluntary health associations and medical disciplines.
  • Medical Research - Private nonprofit organizations whose primary focus is medical research.
  • Crime & Legal-Related - Private nonprofit organizations whose primary focus is crime and legal related.
  • Employment - Private nonprofit organizations whose primary focus is employment.
  • Food, Agriculture & Nutrition - Private nonprofit organizations whose primary focus is food, agriculture, and nutrition.
  • Housing & Shelter - Private nonprofit organizations whose primary focus is housing and sheltering.
  • Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness, & Relief - Private nonprofit organizations whose primary focus is public safety, disaster preparedness, and disaster relief.
  • Recreation & Sports - Private nonprofit organizations whose primary focus is recreation and sports.
  • Youth Development - Private nonprofit organizations whose primary focus is youth development.
  • Human Services - Private nonprofit organizations whose primary focus is human services.
  • International, Foreign Affairs, & National Security - Private nonprofit organizations whose primary purpose is to provide services or other forms of support to increase mutual understanding across countries, encourage social, economic or political development outside of the U.S., and/or impact national, multilateral or international policies on international issues.
  • Civil Rights, Social Action, & Advocacy - Private nonprofit organizations whose primary purpose is to protect and promote the broad civil rights of groups and civil liberties of individuals, to work for the realization of specific social or political goals, or to encourage the participation of people in the public policy debate.
  • Community Improvement & Capacity Building - Private nonprofit organizations whose primary focus is community improvement and capacity building.
  • Philanthropy, Voluntarism, & Grantmaking Foundations - Private nonprofit organizations whose activities focus on philanthropy, voluntarism, and grantmaking foundations.
  • Science & Technology - Private nonprofit organizations whose activities focus on science and technology.
  • Social Science - Private nonprofit organizations whose activities focus on social science.
  • Public & Societal Benefit - Private nonprofit organizations whose activities focus on public and societal benefit (including government, taxation, public services).
  • Religion-Related - Private nonprofit organizations whose activities focus on religion, or religion-related causes.
  • Mutual & Membership Benefit - Private nonprofit organizations whose activities focus on mutual and membership benefit.
  • Unknown - This is a temporary code for organizations until information is available to classify the entity in one of the major groups listed above.

For any other questions reach out to the Genius Team at genius@evertrue.com.

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