The P2P Participant Profile

Original Broadcast Date:  April 18, 2018 In today’s competitive peer-to-peer event market, data is king. In order to retain participants and attract right-fit corporate partners for your events, it is imperative to know and understand as much as possible about who your participants are. This one-hour webinar provides a strategic look into the average peer-to-peer participant, rooted in extensive data highlighted throughout the 2018 Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum […]

2018 Conference Report

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The Social “Secret Weapon” Peer-to-Peer Fundraisers Need to Talk About!

Original Broadcast Date:  February 20, 2018 The worst kept “secret” in the nonprofit community is how many charitable organizations are seeing positive and measurable results from low-cost ad campaigns on social networks like Facebook, LinkedIn or Instagram. Sponsoring, promoting, or boosting your content is a sophisticated way to target the right supporters at the right […]

Smaller Budget, Bigger Results: Tips and Tricks for Raising More With Less

Original Broadcast Date: January 25, 2018 Extra Life — Children’s Miracle Networks’ innovative P2P campaign for the gaming community — has been one of the nonprofit world’s fastest-growing fundraising programs. Since 2013, the campaign’s revenues have increased nearly 10-fold, reaching almost $11 million in 2017. Often, fast-growing programs like Extra Life are supported by swelling […]

When did DIY and Third Party Events become so important to Hospital Foundations?

Original Broadcast Date:  January 23, 2018 Take a deep dive into how DIY fundraising is a key and growing revenue source for hospital foundations. Hospital and healthcare institutions have unique and deep connections to Grateful Patients and their friends and family. It’s this special connection that provides the fuel to fire passionate people who want […]

Join Hundreds of P2P Fundraising Pros in Miami

  Some of the 200+ organizations that attended our 2018 conference: 24 Foundation Accelerated Charity Growth Adventure Fundraising AID Atlanta AIDS Foundation of Chicago AIDS/LifeCycle Akron Children’s Hospital ALSAC / St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Alzheimer’s Association American Academy of Dermatology American Brain Tumor Association American Cancer Society American Civil Liberties Union American Diabetes Association […]

Retain, Recruit and Succeed

Original Broadcast Date:  December 7, 2017 Did you know: for every ten participants you lose in your peer-to-peer event, you need to recruit 25 new ones to make up the revenue? Join Wayne Baldaro from National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and DonorDrive’s Emily Smith to learn how NAMIWalks retains current participants while recruiting new […]

P2P Fundraising: Leveraging a Network of Networks

Original Broadcast Date:  November 14, 2017 This high-level overview of peer-to-peer fundraising explores the different ways nonprofits use this versatile fundraising strategy. Lauren Giordano, Communications Manager of Central Florida Speech & Hearing Center, will share how her nonprofit recruits community members to support their many fundraisers. Todd Baylis, President of Qgiv, Inc. will share how […]

Get a FREE pass to our 2018 Conference

Volunteer and get a FREE pass to North America’s Premier Peer-to- Peer Fundraising Conference The annual Peer-to- Peer Professional Forum Conference convenes nearly 500 nonprofit professionals to talk about one of the fastest-growing fields in fundraising: peer-to- peer fundraising. Volunteers are needed to help with materials assembly and prep during the afternoon and early evening […]

Moves Management for P2P Fundraising

Original Broadcast Date: October 26, 2017 Moves management strategy has helped AIDS/LifeCycle become one of the nation’s fastest-growing single-event fundraising campaigns. Now you can learn how to employ moves management — a fundraising strategy that involves taking a series of actions, or moves, to help attract donors, build relationships with those donors, and cultivate them […]