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June 22, 2018
While there has been a steady rise in peer to peer fundraising initiatives over the last decade, Peer-to-Peer Thirty, an annual study on fundraising in the United States shows that the largest campaigns in the country raised 1.45 billion in 2017 – a drop of 6.7 percent compared to the previous year.
However, when they dove deeper and conducted interviews with both peer to peer fundraising participants and non-profit leaders, they discovered that peer to peer fundraising seems to be in transition. In efforts to maximize results, more organizations are turning to multiple peer to peer fundraising campaigns to raise funds instead of running just one large nation-wide initiative.
June 14, 2018
8 Ways to Help Peer to Peer Fundraising Participants Raise More
Imagine what it is like for someone taking part in a peer to peer fundraiser for the first time. There is usually initial excitement about getting involved then a feeling of bewilderment since it is unchartered territory. There are also those who have taken part in peer-to-peer fundraising before but don’t really understand best practices to maximize their results.
June 6, 2018
Peer to Peer Fundraising Mistakes to Avoid
It’s easy to get excited about the opportunities that peer to peer fundraising present. This type of fundraising not only allows for substantial generation of new revenue for your organization but also helps extend brand awareness, which is something that was a lot harder before the advent of the Internet. Being enthused about peer to peer fundraising is important since a good douse of energy is needed for campaigns like this; however, how you execute will determine your success or failure.
Peer to peer fundraising has been around long enough to observe what works and what doesn’t. It can be helpful to learn from other’s mistakes, so here we look at some common errors with peer to peer fundraising campaigns and how you can avoid them.
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