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Nonprofit mail is essentially the same service as standard mail, but also features even lower rates for nonprofit organizations. In order to qualify for this service, the church or organization must gain nonprofit status through an application process with the postal service.
Another advantage of nonprofit mail is that mail pieces that meet letter qualifications and weigh 3.3ozs or less are all considered machineable letters.
Delivery Speed: Nonprofit mail is also known as 3rd class mail, so delivery is given priority over the 4th class (media mail), but First Class and 2nd class (newspapers) are given priority over nonprofit. According to USPS, typical delivery times range from 1-10 days within the U.S.
Content Limitations: only generalized content is permitted, no handwritten and personalized content; general correspondence sent to multiple recipients and form letters are both common examples of standard mail.
Common Examples:
  • newsletters
  • event announcements
  • mission trip information
  • welcome letters
  • board meeting minutes

Nonprofit Routes

Routes are ideal for reaching potential customers or community residents. Also, choosing routes that include specific neighborhoods or areas of town can help you better reach your intended audience. We can even pull up route maps of the city you are interested in to make selecting routes easy.
Common Examples:
  • organization awareness
  • informational
  • sale announcements
  • invitations
  • community involvement
Any rates displayed on website are subject to change without notice and may be affected by certain mail piece characteristics.