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.

Cycle for Survival Sets New Template for Successful P2P Fundraising

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s Cycle for Survival — the fast-growing athletic fundraising campaign that has raised more than $155 million for rare cancer research— has been named the Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum’s Program of the Year.

After 15 Years and $646 Million, Avon Sunsets Walk Series

The Avon Breast Cancer Crusade — which raises and grants money to help end breast cancer — has decided to sunset its signature P2P campaign, AVON 39, The Walk to End Breast Cancer.

Facebook Steps Up P2P Fundraising Game With 2 Big Changes

Facebook is continuing to expand its influence on the peer-to-peer fundraising world after a pair of announcements that aim to make it easier for nonprofits to raise money on the platform.

A Reimagined Conference for a Changing P2P World

Whether you are a veteran looking to stay ahead of the curve or a newcomer hungry to sharpen your skills, there’s something specifically for you at the P2P Professional Forum conference.

Is it time for a Corporate Partnership refresh?

Five tips to maximize your fundraising benefits by fully engaging your corporate partners.

Moves Management Can Improve Your P2P Results

Moves Management can help your P2P program move its revenues to an entirely new level.

Fewer Participants, More Revenue: A Reverse Model for P2P

Moving Mountains for Multiple Myeloma succeeds because of participation is exclusive — as small as 12-15 people per excursion — and the level of interaction among participants is high.