1. Create a constituent query (Query A) and filter on Gift Date between [date range for the first month]. 
  2. Create a second constituent query (Query B) and filter on Gift Date between [date range for the second month].
  3. Create a third constituent query (Query C) and filter on Gift Date between [date range for the third month].
  4. Continue to create a separate query for each month in the date range.
  5. Merge Query A and Query B creating Query 1. Use AND as the Operator. The order of the queries does not matter.
  6. Merge Query 1 and Query C creating Query 2. Use AND as the Operator. The order of the queries does not matter.
  7. Continue to merge the queries in this manner for each query created. The final query is everyone who has given in each month.
     

For example, to query on all constituents who gave each month from September 2003 to December 2003: 

  1. Create a constituent query (Query A) and filter on Gift Date between 9/1/2003 and 9/30/2003.
  2. Create a second constituent query (Query B) and filter on Gift Date between 10/1/2003 and 10/31/2003.
  3. Create a third constituent query (Query C) and filter on Gift Date between 11/1/2003 and 11/30/2003.
  4. Create a fourth constituent query (Query D) and filter on Gift Date between 12/1/2003 and 12/31/2003.
  5. Merge Query A and Query B creating Query 1. Use AND as the Operator. The order of the queries does not matter.
  6. Merge Query 1 and Query C creating Query 2. Use AND as the Operator. The order of the queries does not matter.
  7. Merge Query 2 and Query D creating Query 3. Use AND as the Operator. The order of the queries does not matter.
  8. Query 3 contains all the constituents who gave every month between September 2003 and December 2003.