Peer to Peer
Your supporters need a way to create their own online fundraising pages, send emails to friends and family, use social media and more.
People will gather for events for the same reasons they always have — for the social connections that peer-to-peer events provide them.
When you’re running peer-to-peer campaigns, you’re focused on planning, recruiting and coaching participants, and tracking results.
As we head toward the end of 2020, there continues to be an uncertainty around in-person events.
The Blackbaud “Reimagining Your Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Programs: A Guide to Evolving Beyond Virtual” came out recently.
Peer-to-peer fundraising virtual events and campaigns have already been gaining interest and momentum over the years.
Megan Rouse moved into a gated community in North Carolina. This community is really serious about the whole “no solicitation” thing.