Alliance Member Benefits

If you help run a nonprofit, and you use postal mail to raise funds, communicate to members, and advocate your mission, the Alliance has tremendous nonprofit member benefits for you. You will receive immediate, tangible value from membership in the Alliance of Nonprofit Mailers.

*Unique Role of the Alliance:

Since 1980, when it helped carve out the original work-sharing discounts for nonprofit mailers, the Alliance has been the only national organization exclusively representing the mailing interests of nonprofits.  It is a 501© (4) nonprofit solely led by a board of leading nonprofits and funded by dues and contributions by its members and sponsors.


*Nonprofit Preferences Cannot be Taken for Granted:

Multiple times over the past 30-plus years, the Alliance has acted to protect nonprofit rates against multiple threats that have arisen in Congress, the USPS and the postal regulator.  The Alliance also protects nonprofit mailers from excessive general postage rate increases, postal rule changes that would render direct mail much less effective, and discrimination in postal rate proposals.  The current prolonged and painful process of right-sizing the USPS to fit its new volumes means that nonprofit preferred rates are in the crosshairs for potential change.


*Membership ROI:

By joining the Alliance, you will help ensure that your nonprofit will continue to have access to the lowest possible postage rates.  The Alliance will be your voice where it counts and will share valuable members-only information, advocacy, tools, and assistance.  Alliance resources include:  a bi-weekly newsletter, the highly-regarded Alliance Report; periodic Alliance Alerts; outstanding legal and financial advisors; quick answers to your technical and policy questions; and access to the right postal policy-makers.

Contact our executive director, Steve Kearney, at or 202-462-5132.

Check out or social media at and on Twitter @NonprofitMailer.

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