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.
In-person peer-to-peer events — like runs, walks and rides — have been a fundraising staple for nonprofits for years.
Do you ever think you might be missing out on creative new ways to use peer-to-peer tools and approaches beyond traditional events?
Thoughtful prep and a few best practices will go a long way toward realizing your peer-to-peer fundraising goals.
When you’re a busy professional, it can be tempting to jump right in to planning your next peer-to-peer fundraising campaign or event.
Email communication continues to be an important tool in a nonprofit organization’s peer-to-peer fundraising toolkit.
Getting a clear picture of how your nonprofit interacts with its participants is vital to the success of your peer-to-peer fundraising.