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Who we are and what we do.

The Alliance of Nonprofit Mailers works to preserve affordable, reliable U.S. Mail so that our Nation’s nonprofit sector can continue to fulfill vital missions. We inform and educate policy-makers, regulators, legislators and nonprofits on anything that affects nonprofits’ use of the U.S. Postal Service, including:

  • the importance of mail to nonprofits;
  • how organizations qualify for and use nonprofit mail;
  • reasonable nonprofit postage rates;
  • non-discrimination relative to commercial mailers;
  • the external discipline of the Consumer Price Index (CPI) cap on postage increases; and
  • reliable mail delivery to help achieve our critical missions.

Formed by a group of nonprofits in 1980, the Alliance is led by nonprofits for the benefit of nonprofits and the regulators and policy-makers who affect their use of mail. We are unique in our laser focus on nonprofit postal rate-payers.

The Alliance exclusively represents and informs nonprofits that rely on affordable, effective postal mail to raise funds, communicate with donors, advocate, deliver publications, and achieve our missions. We assert our postal rights at the USPS, via the Postal Regulatory Commission, on Capitol Hill, and in federal court.

The Postal Service depends on nonprofit mail to bolster its volume, to provide quality, diverse content to households, and to support the public policy rationale for a nationwide, universal mail service.


The Alliance of Nonprofit Mailers since 1980 has helped nonprofits achieve critical missions through effective, affordable use of mail.

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Alliance of Nonprofit Mailers
1211 Connecticut Avenue N.W.
Suite 610
Washington, DC 20036-2705
(202) 462-5124
Stephen Kearney
Executive Director
Alliance of Nonprofit Mailers
1211 Connecticut Avenue N.W.
Suite 610
Washington, DC 20036-2705
(202) 462-5132