DonorScape Primary Data Providers
DonorScape sources premium data from the following providers:
CorpTech Business Profiles – CorpTech provides detailed information on private technology company executives.
Marquis Who’s Who Biographies – The Marquis Who’s Who family of more than 15 directories, including Who’s Who in America®, provides concise biographies of over 900,000 leaders and achievers from around the world and from every significant field of endeavor.
D&B (Dun & Bradstreet) Business & Executive Information – D&B (Dun & Bradstreet) Business & Executive Information includes a full Dun Marketing Identifier (DMI) file of business records with contact names and titles, D&B Executive at Home address records, and D&B Biographical Records.
D&B makes over 100,000,000 telephone calls annually to verify and update data on privately and publicly owned businesses. Information is also gathered via government registries, courts and legal filings, corporate financial statements, payment data, news and media sources, and yellow page directories.
Reuters Market Guide Insider Profiles – Reuters Market Guide collects in-depth information on over 10,000 public US companies. It also provides additional information from proxy statements for SEC Insiders and collects and summarizes information on individual sectors or industries of the US economy from regulatory filings and corporate annual reports.
GuideStar Nonprofit Boards of Directors, Public, and Private databases – GuideStar, the national database of US charitable organizations, gathers data on more than 850,000 IRS-recognized nonprofit organizations known as 501(c)(3) organizations. GuideStar accesses the IRS Form 990 filed by organizations that report on the operations and finances of charities, as well as form 991 filings for personal, family, and corporate foundations.
Lexis-Nexis Real Property Records, distributed by IDM Data Services – Lexis-Nexis is one of the leading national compilers of real property and land data, containing information on over 70,000,000 properties across the US.
Larkspur SEP/Keogh Pensions – Larkspur SEP/Keogh provides information on deferred income of self-employed individuals and over 2.5 million qualified pension plans.
EDGAR Online SEC Insiders – The EDGAR Online database displays SEC insider trader transactions and current holdings, for stocks as well as for options and other derivatives as reported on Forms 3, 4, and 5. DonorScape also provides alerts regarding proposed sales reported on Form 144. The information is collected to comply with the regulatory requirements of the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC). Individuals who meet one of the three following conditions, relating to a person’s holdings or position within a public-traded company, must provide information to the SEC whenever they make a stock transaction: 1) Owners of 10% or more of the voting shares of a publicly-traded company stock, 2) One of the top five most highly paid employees earning in excess of $100,000 per year, and 3) Officer or Director of a publicly-traded company. The transactions, which must be reported, relate to stock only with the qualifying company.
Federal Election Campaign Donors – Actual financial disclosure reports filed by House, Senate, and presidential campaigns, political parties, and political action committees (PACs) from 1993 to the present. This source also provides links to view the actual financial reports filed by campaigns and committees.
VeriGift – VeriGift by iWave is the fastest growing and most up-to-date database of individual, corporate, and foundation charitable gifts in the industry. The VeriGift database is upgraded with more than 2 million new data points each month. VeriGift data is a leading tool in philanthropic analytics.