P2PPF Live and Recorded Webinars

Gain access to valuable insights that will help you create stronger P2P fundraising campaigns! Peer-to-Peer webinars are:

In just one hour, you’ll gain valuable insights that will help your campaign raise more money. After they are presented LIVE, all webinars are available as recordings to watch on demand. Each webinar is tailored exclusively to P2P professionals and delivered by experts who understand you and your work.

P2PPF Members receive free access to all live and recorded webinars. Nonmembers either pay $99 for P2PPF-produced sessions or get free access to webinars sponsored by industry suppliers. Become a member today for free access to all P2PFF webinars!

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Upcoming Webinars

live webinars

 

Building Strong Virtual Programs: Key Lessons From Spring Events
August 20th, 1:30 – 2:30 pm ET

 

 

 


P2P Fundraising Strategy

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

Put Streaming Video Fundraising to Work for You (Sponsored)

Generation Z: P2P Fundraising’s Next Frontier


Recorded Webinar Library

Our recorded webinar library gives you access to expert presentations on Peer-to-Peer fundraising, on-demand! Within the library, some of the webinars are free thanks to generous support from our sponsors. Our Insider Insights webinars are free to Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum members and $99 for others. With more than 80 webinars to choose from, start browsing by selecting a topic. Or, select from the list of all webinars below.

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All Recorded Webinars

  • The Crystal Ball’s Predictions for Peer-to-Peer Fundraising
    Original Broadcast Date: Wednesday, March 25, 2015 Join Charity Dynamics CEO & Founder, Donna Wilkins, as she releases new peer-to-peer research findings for the first time. Additionally, you’ll get real-world insight from Nancy Palo, National VP, Community Empowerment, Shatterproof as she shares the strategy behind starting and growing a peer-to-peer fundraising program. This webinar will be packed ...
  • 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 Facebook, ...
  • Innovation in P2P: Finding Your Silver Bullet
    Original Broadcast Date: January 27, 2015 We all strive to find that magical moment, campaign or strategy to drive our program performance. New ideas, shiny products and impressive concepts can easily capture the attention of your board, executive director or manager.  Sometimes, they help your imagination run wild with thoughts of new dollars rolling in to help you ...
  • Turning Donors into Fundraisers: Lessons from Best-in-Class Events
    Original Broadcast Date: December 9, 2014 Events provide an incredibly powerful channel for non-profits to generate brand awareness, raise additional funds, and inspire more people to get behind their cause. To really maximize the impact of your efforts rests on understanding how to not just reach more donors, but convert donors into fundraisers. Listen as Stephen Siller Tunnel ...
  • 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” — it donates ...
  • Motivating Your Peer-to-Peer Participants to Raise More
    Original Broadcast Date:  Tuesday, October 21, 2014  Since its launch in 2008, Climate Ride has rallied more than 850 riders who have collectively pedaled more than 351,000 miles, generating more than $1.5 million for sustainability and bike advocacy organizations. Managing four multi-day rides, hikes and a growing do-it-yourself fundraising program requires a strong participant support system. Join Climate ...
  • The YMCA of Austin Case Study: Pairing Peer-to-Peer and Crowdfunding to Optimize Participation and Results
    Original Broadcast Date: September 17, 2014 Online campaigns are recruiting many new donors and supporters who in turn can spread your mission across more communities and continents. But with the advent of “crowdfunding,” nonprofits are losing control of the fundraising message. This is because commercial side platforms now allow people to raise money for projects, personal trips ...
  • 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 million in 2014 ...
  • Decoding Your Data: Making Sense of Your Spring Events
    Original Broadcast Date:  Tuesday, July 15, 2014 As your spring events come to an end and you start to dive into your data, join Guy Fischer, Chief Development Officer at Mother’s Against Drunk Driving, and Jeff Shuck from Plenty for a rundown on the most important numbers to look at, what those numbers may be telling you ...
  • Creating a Fundraising Culture
    Original Broadcast Date:  June 24, 2014 Is there a difference between an experience and a culture? We think so. Learn how to evolve your event from a one-day experience into an overall fundraising culture with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America’s Jennifer Ashbaugh and Blackbaud’s Amy Braiterman and Nancy Palo. Get useful ideas to help you ...