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.

Lessons from Amsterdam: P2P Fundraising in The Netherlands

Holland offers U.S. peer-to-peer fundraising some interesting lessons.

How to Build an Innovative Peer-to-Peer Program

It isn’t easy to create a culture of innovation — especially when P2P teams are expected to hit revenue targets and manage costs.   But it is possible — and we are proud to share a free new resource with that in mind.

What Is the Biggest Trend Facing Your P2P Program?

A new video series spotlights perspectives of peer-to-peer fundraising professionals.

‘The Ultimate Team Captain’ Honored as North America’s Top Volunteer Fundraiser

Chris McPhee’s work leading the Paramedics for the Cure ride team — an effort that has raised nearly $700,000 for the organization — is both inspiring and extraordinary.

Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Thirty Shows an Industry In Transition

Peer-to-peer fundraising is in the midst of a major transition, as some of the nation’s largest nonprofits shift their focus toward hosting more efficient campaigns and a number of emerging programs show significant growth.