You might have mixed feelings about the idea of finding and implementing new peer-to-peer fundraising software. Maybe you’ve seen the signs that it’s time for a new solution, but you dread the process of finding the right technology for your nonprofit. When you’re on the buyer’s side, product demos can be tricky. Time is limited, and it’s important that you see all you need to see to make the right selection for your organization and feel confident in your decision...
Once you’ve identified that it is time for new peer-to-peer fundraising software, then it’s time to find the right software for your nonprofit. One of the best ways to do this is to issue a request for proposals, or RFP. A well-developed RFP can go a long way toward the success of your P2P fundraising software selection...
Your organization’s ability to run successful peer-to-peer campaigns and events depends on the software platform you use to run them.
The truth is that the nonprofit sector has been innovating with peer-to-peer fundraising for some time now.
You did it! Your peer-to-peer fundraising campaign or event is over and you’ve analyzed your results.
There’s a lot that goes into pulling off great peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns and events.
Peer-to-peer fundraising can be an in-person physical event or a virtual version of those events.
Last month, I wrote about pulling together the right team for your peer-to-peer fundraising campaign.
You’re starting a peer-to-peer fundraising campaign. The truth is that you can’t do it alone.
Your supporters need a way to create their own online fundraising pages, send emails to friends and family, use social media and more.
When you’re running peer-to-peer campaigns, you’re focused on planning, recruiting and coaching participants, and tracking results.
Peer-to-peer fundraising virtual events and campaigns have already been gaining interest and momentum over the years.
With so many peer-to-peer campaigns out there, it’s critically important to capture attention for your nonprofit’s campaign or event.
It pays to take a step back to review each new peer-to-peer campaign with fresh eyes.
Many nonprofits are looking for ways to keep fundraising moving forward through these turbulent times.