Granger Awarded Catholic Lists

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Mary Elizabeth Granger & Associates Inc., Towson, MD, said yesterday that it was awarded list management duties for several Catholic donor and subscriber files.


The Trinity Missions file has 163,800 last-12-month donors and is exchange only. Its 19- to 36-month donors are available for rental at $75/M.


The St. Jude League donor list offers 210,100 13- to 18-month donors, and the base price is $85/M. It also has 14,200 13- to 36-month Hispanic donors at $100/M. Its last-12-month names are unavailable.


Other files include:


· St. Benedict's Abbey, with 156,200 last-12-month donors.


· Association of the Miraculous Medal, with 94,900 19- to 36-month former donors.


· Donors to Franciscan Appeals, with 42,100 last-12-month donors.


· Claretian Publications Master File, with 29,400 active subscribers.


· U.S. Catholic, with 24,200 active subscribers.


· Context, with 3,100 active subscribers.


· At Home With Our Faith, with 2,100 active subscribers.


Granger manages many other religious mailing lists in addition to these files.


Kristen Bremner covers list news, insert media, privacy and fundraising for DM News and DMNews.com. To keep up with the latest developments in these areas, subscribe to our daily and weekly e-mail newsletters by visiting www.dmnews.com/newsletters


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