FAQ From You: What’s with all the mail?

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MailOne of the most common complaints any non-profit hears is about its direct mail program – the letters you receive from us with information about the work we’re doing and opportunities to donate. Some people think it’s too much, some think it’s just right and some think we’re going about it the wrong way.

What you may not know is that Interfaith Alliance has several options you can choose when it comes to receiving mail from us, and we’re happy to change your member account to fit your preferences:

  • If you want to hear from us occasionally but not as frequently as you are now, we can switch you to our “quarterly” option, which means we’ll send you four letters a year, including your membership renewal in November or December and three updates on the work we’re doing.
  • If you don’t like renewal mailings and prefer to only receive our issue-based letters that keep you up to date on our work protecting faith and freedom across the country, you can choose our “no renewals” option.
  • If you only want to receive mail from us when your membership comes up for renewal, “renewals only” is the option for you.
  • If you’d prefer to only receive one letter from us each year, you can choose from either an annual renewal package (which includes your membership card) or an annual issue-based package (which we’ll mail when a hot-button issue comes up sometime during the year).
To make these or any other changes to your membership account, please call us, toll-free, at 1 (800) 510-0969 and ask for Member Services or email memberservices@interfaithalliance.org.