Printing and mailing tax receipts doesn’t have to be a logistical nightmare.

It’s something that you need to do for the government and your donors, and we can make it easy for you.

If you’re putting tax receipts in mail that looks like another request for donations, or sending them in emails that look transactional, or if it looks like the other 20 emails you sent that month, most of your donors are probably losing their tax receipts. Which can also mean that they never received a “Thank You”. Acquiring new donors is a lot of work, and costs can vary from a few dollars to a few hundred dollars. It’s easier to retain your donors by showing them gratitude and making things easier for them, which includes easy-to-find Thank You notes and tax receipts.

Are you paying too much for postage?

It’s the half the postage cost if you use Personalized Mail instead of Lettermail. Between 2017 and 2020, Prime Data lobbied Canada Post to reduce the postage rate on tax receipts and Thank You notes.

Now tax receipts don’t have to be sent via Lettermail – they can be sent as Personalized Mail, which is nearly HALF the postage rate! Read more about that here.

If you want to find out more about cutting the postage nearly in half for your tax receipts and thank you notes, let’s talk.

It’s not uncommon to hear that a non-profit is three to six months behind in sending their tax receipts. And where there’s one, there is often more, with literally tens of thousands of backlogged tax receipts out there.

Are you trying to find solutions for your non-profit? We’ve got a bunch of them.

We know that you want to send Thank You notes, tax receipts, and impactful messages to your donors. Prime Data has ways of doing all that and more through automation, which makes it simple and EASY for you.

Do you want to know how to save on your postage, or how tax receipts can improve your relationship with your donors?

WE have clients like your organization, that have put this to practice.

Book your 30-minute, no obligation call with Steve Falk, EIT (Expert In Thankfulness).