Boost Fundraising Activation 10% with These Proven Digital Strategies

Original Broadcast Date: July 9, 2019 A Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Office Hours Webinar Learn from fundraiser activation strategies directly from one of the peer-to-peer fundraising world’s top experts. Mandy O’Neill, chief strategist for Connected NonProfit, will take your questions during the latest in a series of Office Hours webinars. These highly-interactive quarterly sessions put you directly […]

Creating a DIY Complement to a Signature Program

Original Broadcast Date: June 20, 2019 The growth of Covenant House’s signature Sleep Out program was being limited by the physical need to host the events at Covenant House sites and high fundraising minimums. With the creation of Sleep Out America, a DIY version of the program, the group found itself with an acquisition and […]

Build Community First & the Peer to Peer Fundraising Will Follow

Original Broadcast Date: January 29, 2019 Community organizations have been intimidated by peer to peer fundraising in the past, thinking that it is only a feasible option for large scale organizations. Sunrise Association started off with just 1 walk in 2006 and has refined its strategy to expand and increase revenue year-over-year. Join Sunrise Association’s […]

Increase Your Retention Rates With Better Event Experiences

Original Broadcast Date: December 18, 2018 It’s hard to attract people to take part in your peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns. It’s even harder to keep them coming back. But it can be done if you create events that stand out and make your participants feel special. Hear from leaders at Autism Speaks and the March of Dimes […]

Team Captain Confidential
Insights from a P2P Fundraising All-Star

Original Broadcast Date: June 20, 2018 Team captains are crucial to the success of proprietary peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns. An excellent team captain can help recruit participants, push team members to raise money, and build camaraderie that inspires team members to come back from future events. The challenge, of course, is attracting strong captains and giving them […]

Retain, Recruit and Succeed

Original Broadcast Date:  December 7, 2017 Did you know: for every ten participants you lose in your peer-to-peer event, you need to recruit 25 new ones to make up the revenue? Join Wayne Baldaro from National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and DonorDrive’s Emily Smith to learn how NAMIWalks retains current participants while recruiting new […]

P2P Fundraising: Leveraging a Network of Networks

Original Broadcast Date:  November 14, 2017 This high-level overview of peer-to-peer fundraising explores the different ways nonprofits use this versatile fundraising strategy. Lauren Giordano, Communications Manager of Central Florida Speech & Hearing Center, will share how her nonprofit recruits community members to support their many fundraisers. Todd Baylis, President of Qgiv, Inc. will share how […]

Moves Management for P2P Fundraising

Original Broadcast Date: October 26, 2017 Moves management strategy has helped AIDS/LifeCycle become one of the nation’s fastest-growing single-event fundraising campaigns. Now you can learn how to employ moves management — a fundraising strategy that involves taking a series of actions, or moves, to help attract donors, build relationships with those donors, and cultivate them […]

Using Data & Behind-the-Scenes Tools to Increase Fundraising: How Bike4Chai Did It

Original Broadcast Date:  January 24, 2017 Chai Lifeline’s annual cycling event experienced strong growth in 2016 primarily by upgrading the fundraising efforts of returning participants. Chai Lifeline’s Yoel Margolese and Rallybound’s Debbi Stanley will share how a new fundraising philosophy, encouragement for team captains and a suite of new tools helped increase fundraising from $5.7M […]

How to Attract and Keep High-Value Donors

Original Broadcast Date: November 3, 2016 Five years ago, AIDS/LifeCycle had about 100 participants in its annual 7-day bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles who raised more than $10,000. Today, that number totals more than 350.  Greg Sroda, the event’s former senior director, recently took on a new role as Chief Operating Officer of […]