More than 500 nonprofit professionals will gather in Atlanta March 1-2 for the Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum’s annual conference. If you’re new to the field — or are exploring a career in P2P — we’re offering volunteer opportunities that will give you behind-the-scenes access to this once-a-year event. Volunteers are needed to help with materials assembly and prep […]
Facebook and the Movember Foundation are testing a program that would integrate user fundraising pages.
By staying out of the way, Parkinson Canada has empowered its supporters to raise $700,000 on its behalf.
Rather than bombarding DIY fundraisers with tons of information and complex instructions, World Vision instead relies on a straightforward platform that includes short, simple words and clear calls to action.
Potential donors who receive e-mail messages from their peers are significantly more likely to open those messages and take action than those who receive solicitations from nonprofits
Before you begin a P2P fundraising campaign, it’s important to take a step back and ponder an important question.
The fall marks one of the busiest times of the year for nonprofits that manage peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns, as a number of organizations host their biggest events in September and October. But if results from the spring and summer are any indication, many groups should be prepared to temper their expectations. An informal survey of […]
Whether you call it DIY, independent fundraising, third-party events or something else, we’d like to learn about the status of your efforts and the questions you have.
When American decathlete Ashton Eaton and Canadian heptathlete Brianne Theisen-Eaton begin their quests for gold next week at the 2016 Summer Olympics, they will have big fans at World Vision. Ashton and Brianne are vying to become the first married couple from different countries to win medals in the same Olympics. If they are successful in their […]