Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
DoJiggy released this accompanying infographic, "The Value of Peer-to-Peer Fundraising for Non-profits." The infographic notes that peer-to-peer fundraising events open up a much larger audience, as your supporters and participants reach out to their own personal networks that may or may not be involved with your organization. And the proof is in the pudding. For example, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society raised $185.3 million via peer-to-peer fundraising events in 2013 alone. Check out the full infographic for more details.
A year after the fallout from Superstorm Sandy threw the New York City Marathon’s charity program into turmoil, a new normal has evolved in runner fundraising.
That includes fewer slots for charity runners, more modest fundraising projections, and an intense competition for entrants and dollars among the participating charity organizations, especially with the charitable arm of New York Road Runners, the nonprofit that has put on the country’s biggest marathon since 1970.
There's been an explosion of online intermediaries promising to help nonprofits raise money and awareness. Crowdrise, Jumo, Causecast, Causes on Facebook and others try to use social networking and crowdsourcing to build interest in charities and causes, and help them attract donations.
But for many nonprofits, the value remains to be seen. For one thing, they hand partial control over charity brand names and trademarks to users who are often unknown to the nonprofits they support. And virtually all of them ask users to pay to donate.
Wow! More than 1,600 of your colleagues already have signed up for FundRaising Success' Virtual Conference & Expo, which takes place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday, May 20. If that's not enough of a reason to get you to join them, here are 12 more!
On Thursday, May 20, FundRaising Success will offer its very first, daylong virtual conference and exhibition, "Engaging, Enlightening, Empowering Donors." It's seven hours of sessions dedicated to offering you the latest and most effective fundraising strategies, tips and tactics for your organization, presented by some of the most respected fundraising professionals in the sector.
Not two minutes after lauding Holly Ross and her NTEN team for putting it all out there to raise money for the 2010 NTC Scholarship Fund, I got a message from Todd Whitley, vice president of e-marketing at The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, telling me about how that organization's CEO, John Walter, would be taking it all off for the cause.
DUBLIN, Ohio, October 14, 2009 — During Cardinal Health's two-week campaign to encourage employees to give back to their communities, employees donated more than $2 million to local non-profit organizations, and more than 1,600 employees at 71 sites worldwide donated more than 2,800 hours of service through hundreds of volunteer service projects.
Sometimes, organizations have to stand alone and advocate for specific issues on their own. But when trying to move the legislative ball on large issues, there’s strength in numbers. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is a voluntary health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research, education and patient services. As its vice president of public policy, George Dahlman spends most of his time dealing with legislation surrounding the specific topic of patient issues — issues such as how combined health charities such as the United Way list potential charities that federal employees can donate to, a non-itemizer’s ability to deduct charitable contributions, and estate-tax