Peer to Peer
With the third year of growth, the nonprofit sector’s top peer-to-peer fundraising programs continued their rebound in 2023.
Issues like AI and changing donor ideas may be important, but don’t lose sight of the idea of community and shared responsibility.
Community is “actionable,” Katrina VanHuss, chair and founder of Turnkey, said. It gets people to do crazy things like VanHuss signing up for Jujitsu and Courtney Bugler, president and CEO of Zero Prostate Cancer, joining the ballroom dance community, the pair shared in the NonProfit POWER session, “Why the CEO Is the Only One Who Can Build Your Nonprofit Community.”
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If everyone is in your nonprofit’s community, you have a crowd with no shared idea. Here’s how to get the right people in your group.
On Nov. 2, five companies serving nonprofits will host a free virtual conference focusing on peer-to-peer fundraising.
Blackbaud is boosting its investment in peer-to-peer fundraising with the evolution of Good Move, its activity-tracking mobile app.
Our society is declining, along with its support of social good. Here are strategic steps for building a community to address this.