Alzheimer’s Association Named P2P Nonprofit of the Year

The Alzheimer’s Association’s record-shattering campaigns have set the standard for nonprofits across North America.

Webinar: How to Recruit Valuable Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Participants

Jillian Stewart, the founder and CEO of Peerworks Consulting, shares insights on how to recruit program participants who add value to your peer-to-peer fundraising campaign.

These Thriving Programs Show P2P’s Staying Power

One of the great things about peer-to-peer fundraising is that it is always embracing new approaches and emerging technology. But in our quest for the latest and greatest, we sometimes lose sight of the fact that there’s still value in the tried and true.

Build Community First … and Peer-to-Peer Results Will Follow

Peer-to-peer fundraising isn’t just for large, well-established organizations. Smaller, community-based nonprofits can also succeed with P2P — if they take the steps to build a strong base of support.

P2P Fundraising Trends to Watch in 2019

The New Year is here — and with it comes the start of a busy stretch for peer-to-peer fundraisers, many of whom are kicking off their spring campaigns. Here are three trends that are likely to affect the way you’re approaching your work in 2019.

Generation Z and the Future of Peer-to-Peer Fundraising

Generation Z is about to turn everything we know about peer-to-peer fundraising upside down.

Despite Challenges, Endurance Fundraising Has Staying Power

Endurance fundraising — like most traditional forms of peer-to-peer fundraising — is in the midst of a major transition.

The [P2P] Times They Are A-Changin’  

By harnessing the creativity and excitement of their base of supporters, many organizations have identified a new bright spot to boost loyalty and reach for their cause.

Meet the U.S. Cycling Campaigns That Raised More Than $1 Million

At least 44 cause-related cycling rides raised more than $1 million each in 2017, according to a study by Cadence Sports and the Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum.

DIY Campaigns Continue to Transform Peer-to-Peer Fundraising

As DIY programs begin to mature, nonprofits are finding that these programs can’t achieve scale on their own. Instead, they must develop strategies to help them become sustainable.