What We Do

Every nonprofit, no matter the size, deserves tools to increase revenue and make data-driven decisions.

Helping Nonprofits Raise More Money Through Analytics

We average findings of $525,000 in untapped fundraising opportunities for our clients.

Delve uses a proprietary software and years of expertise to analyze your data and provide customized strategic recommendations. Built by a fundraiser for nonprofit professionals responsible for generating revenue. Because your mission doesn’t have time to waste. Our process involves 4 easy steps. Learn more about our process today.

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Meet the Team

Mary Hackett

Founder & President

Aaron Hackett

Principal & COO

Rachel Tougher

PR & Webmaster

The Latest from the Delve Blog

Stay tuned to our blog for weekly updates. You’ll find regularly published resources on fundraising, strategic planning and data analytics. Also stay tuned for regular videos from the Delve Analytics Vlog!

Database Health: Gift Entry and Pledge Management (Part 2 of 4)

We’ve all heard the saying about our fundraising database….”junk in, junk out.” That’s why putting some rigor around gift entry and pledge management can help lift all fundraising boats. With accurate data in the system your development team can accomplish a lot including: properly steward donors for their gifts, identify prospects, acknowledge donors in a...

Measuring the Overall Health of Your Fundraising Database (Part 1 of 4)

When was the last time a database health check was performed on your fundraising database? If you don’t know, then it’s been too long. Your fundraising database should be the first place you look when searching for prospects, beginning a strategic plan or starting a new job. Everyone in your development shop should be utilizing your fundraising...

You Spoke, We Listened. Delve Diagnostics Has Arrived!

A healthy database leads to robust fundraising. We hear from organizations all over the country, they desperately want to do donor data analytics. They want to transition to a proactive fundraising strategy, but they don’t think their data is healthy enough or viable. Although we’ve built some fail-safes into our process to eliminate duplicative records...

Why I Will No Longer Apologize For Being a Fundraiser

Over the last few weeks I have sat alongside board members, leadership and program experts in strategic planning sessions for several organizations. Something I noticed happened at nearly every gathering:  I was apologizing for bringing a “revenue lens” to meetings. The reason for the apology? I’m acutely aware that shoulders begin creeping up toward...