DIY Fundraising: Its Promise and Perils

Original Broadcast Date: March 28, 2017 Nonprofits across North America are experimenting with ways to inspire their supporters to create their own fundraising campaigns — and are investing in technology and marketing to make it easier for these do-it-yourself fundraisers to succeed. But recent research by the Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum has found that many nonprofits aren’t […]

Webinar Recording: DIY Fundraising: Its Promise and Perils

Webinar originally aired on March 28, 2017 Nonprofits across North America are experimenting with ways to inspire their supporters to create their own fundraising campaigns — and are investing in technology and marketing to make it easier for these do-it-yourself fundraisers to succeed. But recent research by the Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum has found that many […]

Peer-to-Peer Takes Center Stage in Nonprofit Trade Press

Peer-to-Peer fundraising has taken center stage in the nonprofit trade press this month, as a number of prominent news outlets have offered coverage of the latest Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Thirty survey.

Tactics Are Not Enough: The 5 Components of P2P Growth

DATE & TIME: Thursday, April 20 at 1:00 pm ET Join Plenty Co-Leaders, Jeff Shuck and Jennifer Mulholland, and Pancreatic Cancer Action Network’s VP of Community Engagement, Ken Brissa, as they go beyond fundraising gimmicks to surface the current trends and strategic elements vital to peer-to-peer growth and success. Based on the latest P2P Fundraising Thirty […]

Rallybound Roundup: DIY Is Where It’s At

In its roundup of the recent Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum annual conference, the mobile fundraising company Rallybound offers some interesting takeaways on the recent explosion in Do-It-Yourself Fundraising. DIY offers promise for many organizations that are looking for new ways to engage supporters, but these organizations also face questions about how to convert DIY donors into […]

Charity Athletic Events Decline in Revenue for 4th Straight Year

Fundraising walks, runs and bike rides continue to be big moneymakers for many nonprofits — but these events are not raising as much as they once did, reports The Chronicle of Philanthropy (subscription required). The Chronicle, citing data from the recently released Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Thirty, notes that revenues for the 30 largest peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns […]

Large Event Campaigns Continue to Struggle

The nation’s largest peer-to-peer fundraising programs faced another difficult year in 2016, with revenues for the 30 largest programs dropping by $40 million to $1.53 billion, reports the Nonprofit Times. The Nonprofit Times report, which cites data from the recently released Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Thirty, notes that the growth of so-called do-it-yourself campaigns — which give […]

Top P2P Campaigns Decline for 4th Straight Year

Revenues for the 30 largest peer-to-peer fundraising programs declined for the fourth-straight year, reports Nonprofit Pro.

While Battling Cancer, Teri Griege Makes Huge Strides in Finding a Cure

Cash, Sweat & Tears honoree Teri Griege is using her personal story for good, raising nearly $750,000 to combat cancer.

Light The Night’s Extraordinary Growth Bucks P2P Trend

Light The Night — The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) campaign that raised more than $68.5 million at 150 nighttime walks in 2016 — is the Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum’s Program of the Year.