7 Genius Email Marketing Tips to Recruit Participants and Fire Up Your Fundraisers

Original Broadcast Date: September 10, 2015 This insider insights webinar will supercharge your email marketing with the latest tested and scientifically-backed email marketing tips. Learn how to fire up your fundraisers and persuade more participants to register for your event. In this webinar you’ll learn: What moves your email readers to take action? (and what turns them off) A […]

Bringing Back Your Best Fundraisers

Original Broadcast Date: July 28, 2015 For most peer-to-peer fundraising professionals, recruiting new participants isn’t the biggest challenge. It’s getting them to come back. Listen in and pick up valuable lessons on retaining participants from the people behind the St. Baldrick’s Foundation’s “brave the shave” events. This children’s cancer research organization has made an art of […]

Make Mobile Work for Your P2P Program

Original Broadcast Date: April 29, 2015 Mobile devices are a vital part of your personal communications. But if you’re like most peer-to-peer fundraisers, you aren’t yet incorporating mobile messaging into your interactions with supporters and volunteers. Join the Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum and experts from World Vision to learn how more effectively engage with your supporters on […]

How to Build Engagement and Raise More Money Through Social Media

Original Broadcast Date: Wednesday, March 11, 2015 Social networks offer peer-to-peer fundraisers an array of low-cost tools to engage our supporters in new ways and enlist volunteers to raise more money on our behalf. But as these networks evolve, it’s often difficult to keep track of the latest trends and understand how we can best use […]

Insider Insights Webinar: Billy Starr, founder of the Pan-Mass Challenge

Original Broadcast Date: November 12, 2014 The Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC) bike-a-thon raises more money for charity than any other single athletic fundraising event in the country – $41 million in 2013 and $455 million since 1980 for adult and pediatric cancer care and research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) through the Jimmy Fund. The PMC uses a “100% model” […]

Insider Insights: Cycle for Survival

Original Broadcast Date: August 13, 2014   We’re proud to present a behind-the-scenes look at one of America’s fastest growing peer-to-peer fundraising programs, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center’s Cycle for Survival. Started as a grassroots team indoor cycling event by a cancer patient in 2007, Cycle for Survival engaged nearly 17,000 riders to raise more than $20 […]

Insider Insights: Producing Corporate Virtual Fundraising Events That Raise Big Bucks

ORIGINAL BROADCAST DATE:  May 13, 2014 Walk away from this webinar recording with: Ways to leverage corporate team fundraising to broaden your reach and tips to guarantee success Ideas for an activation kit to get your efforts off on the right foot Insight into effectively using team captains and team members Speaker: Greg Borkowski, Ronald McDonald […]

Insider Insights: Involving Millennials in Your Run, Race, Walk

ORIGINAL BROADCAST DATE:  January 14, 2014 In the United States there are more than 80 million people between the ages of 20-30. This generation, Millennials, spend more than $300 billion each year in consumer discretionary goods. What does that mean for your run/race/walk? There is opportunity to involve them to raise money and spread the word […]

Walk Now for Autism Speaks

Original Broadcast Date: October 31, 2013 Product of the merger of two organizations, Walk Now for Autism Speaks is the nation’s largest grassroots autism walk program with over 400,000 individuals participating in 95 markets in the US and Canada. Only six years old, the program hit #17 on the 2011 Run Walk Ride Thirty list by […]

The State of Event Fundraising: Perspectives on 2012

Original Broadcast Date: November 6, 2013 2013 has been a very interesting year for event fundraising. We’ve seen the rise of a lot of new, innovative events, we’ve seen successful programs stay flat, we’ve seen some long-standing programs experience a decline. What’s happening and what is our crystal ball telling us about the state of event fundraising […]