P2P Fundraisers in Their Own Words: Gina Butler, Covenant House

Running a peer-to-peer event requires a lot of work. But it’s important to take a step back and appreciate the results of that work, says a peer-to-peer fundraising veteran.

P2P Fundraisers in Their Own Words: Wendy Folk Vizek, Walk to End Alzheimer

To be an effective peer-to-peer fundraising leader, it’s important to spend time on the front lines, says a fundraising veteran.

P2P Fundraisers in Their Own Words: Christie Madsen, Make-A-Wish Foundation

The Make-A-Wish Foundation puts an increased emphasis on peer-to-peer fundraising.

P2P Fundraisers in Their Own Words: Nicole Preston, American Diabetes Association

Name: Nicole Preston Title: Managing Director, National Campaign Development, American Diabetes Association Location: Alexandria, VA Number of years as a fundraiser: 17 Number of years at current organization: 10       What inspired you to do this work? I have family members with diabetes and I love cycling. I’m working with a combination of […]

P2P Fundraisers in Their Own Words: Katie Kotkins, Cycle for Survival

A veteran P2P fundraisers offers advice for building personal connections with participants.

P2P Fundraisers in Their Own Words: Sheri Soltes, Service Dogs Inc.

A former attorney has stepped away from the legal trade in favor of helping animals.

P2P Fundraisers in Their Own Words: Betty Ross, National Multiple Sclerosis Society

While the tools are new, peer-to-peer fundraising is still about relationships and hard word, says a veteran fundraiser.

P2P Fundraisers in Their Own Words: Krystn Kuckelman, National Kidney Foundation

Krystn Kuckelman has translated a love of helping others into a career in peer-to-peer fundraising.

P2P Fundraisers in Their Own Words: Craig Comins, Colitis Foundation of America

A veteran peer-to-peer fundraiser’s advice: don’t forget the details.

P2P Fundraisers in Their Own Words: Basil Lyberg, 24 Hours of Booty

For Basil Lyberg, the key to successful peer-to-peer fundraising is connecting people to your mission.