Tactics Are Not Enough: The 5 Components of P2P Growth

Original Broadcast Date:  April 20, 2017 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 results, this webinar […]

Webinar: P2P Mixtape – How to Make Your P2P Program a Hit

DATE & TIME: Wednesday, May 24 at 1:00 pm ET How we share music with others has changed dramatically since the days of the mixtape, but why we share music hasn’t changed a bit. We share because we want to build and strengthen connections with people and open their ears, eyes and hearts to things we […]

Double Your P2P Fundraising Results by Telling the Right Stories

Original Broadcast Date: April 11, 2017 Stories raise more than twice as much as statistics alone, according to a Psychology of Giving study out of Stanford. And your peer-to-peer event emails are the perfect vehicle for telling those stories. Learn how to get more registrations and donations using storytelling in your peer-to-peer event emails. You’ll discover […]

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 […]

DIY Fundraising: Its Promise and Perils

Tuesday, March 28, 2017, 2 p.m. U.S. Eastern time 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 […]

Using Data & Behind-the-Scenes Tools to Increase Fundraising: How Bike4Chai Did It

Original Broadcast Date:  January 24, 2017 Chai Lifeline’s annual cycling event experienced strong growth in 2016 primarily by upgrading the fundraising efforts of returning participants. Chai Lifeline’s Yoel Margolese and Rallybound’s Debbi Stanley will share how a new fundraising philosophy, encouragement for team captains and a suite of new tools helped increase fundraising from $5.7M […]

Setting Strategy In a Peer-to-Peer World

Original Broadcast Date:  December 6, 2016 In a networked world, setting fundraising strategy has become more dynamic than ever – the environment changes rapidly, and the techniques and messages that worked even a year ago have already lost their impact. Add on to that organizational goals that seem to increase every year – along with […]

How to Attract and Keep High-Value Donors

Original Broadcast Date: November 3, 2016 Five years ago, AIDS/LifeCycle had about 100 participants in its annual 7-day bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles who raised more than $10,000. Today, that number totals more than 350.  Greg Sroda, the event’s former senior director, recently took on a new role as Chief Operating Officer of […]

Give Supporters Fundraising
Options They’ll Love

Original Broadcast Date:  October 18, 2016 Learn how the Epilepsy Foundation has augmented their walk series with a variety of peer-to-peer fundraising options that allow their supporters to unleash their fundraising creativity in support of the organization. These include unique fundraisers, like Lemonade for Livy (that has become an international awareness and fundraiser with kids), the fast-growing Athletes […]

Stewarding Your DIY Donors

Original Broadcast Date: October 6, 2016 As do-it-yourself fundraising campaigns grow in popularity, nonprofits are quickly learning that these campaigns can’t achieve success by following the traditional donor-stewardship playbook. Since they aren’t built around fixed events, do-it-yourself campaigns follow different rules. To be successful, nonprofits need to take innovative approaches to help DIY participants create their […]