3 Resources to Support Your Peer to Peer Fundraising Campaign

1. Canva

Graphics can really help put things into perspective for potential peer to peer participants and donors. If you want to include a graphic or infographic on your peer to peer fundraising site, but don’t have the staff or budget to do so, consider using Canva. Canva is a graphic-design tool that is really easy to use. It provides access to all sorts of photographs, graphics, and fonts. You can use Canva for free and then decide whether or not you want to upgrade to a premium level with more features.

2. Stock images

The visuals used in your peer to peer fundraising campaign are just as important than the written content, if not more. But one of the biggest hurdles to designing a peer to peer fundraising campaign is finding the right, high-quality images and not spending a fortune. But therte are resources out there! Global Owl, for example, offers a whole database of stock images free to nonprofits. There’s also Unsplash, Pixabay, Stocksnap.io, and Reshot for free, good quality images.

3. Google mobile-friendly test

Close to 50 percent of webpage views are done through a mobile phone so your peer to peer fundraising site had better be mobile-friendly! To figure out if your site presents well on a mobile device, use Google’s mobile friendly test.

And if you’re looking for a platform to run your peer to peer fundraising campaign, Fundful P2P is easy to use, mobile-friendly, and it allows donors to cover processing fees so 100% of the donation goes to the cause!
 

Create a FREE Peer to Peer Fundraising campaign today!