Do You Have a Great Peer-to-Peer Story to Tell?
Has your organization pulled off a wildly successful peer-to-peer fundraising campaign? Or has a client? Or a colleague? And are there specific peer-to-peer session topics and/or speakers that you'd really like to learn more about and from?
If so, let us know. In late October, FundRaising Success will host the Engage P2P: Redefining Peer-to-Peer Conference in Washington, DC. And we're putting out a call for case-study proposals, breakout session topics and even speakers.
Engage P2P will follow the example set by the original Engage Conference (held every spring in Philadelphia) by offering in-depth case studies that really get to the heart of success. But rather than focusing on an organization's growth strategy like Engage does, Engage P2P will dig deep into successful peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns, slicing and dicing them to uncover the strategies behind them. We also will have smaller, engaging breakout sessions, as well as a wrap-up panel to close out the day.
Whether we're talking about events or other peer-to-peer efforts (we're looking for both), there are two ways of measuring success — the initial influx of donations and, perhaps even more importantly, retaining and converting those donors into lifetime supporters. Engage P2P will look at both.
If you have a case study, session idea or speaker that you think would make a great addition to the Engage P2P lineup, tell us all about it here. Deadline is June 9.
And stay tuned for more details about the conference itself.