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

  • 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 House Charities’ Development Manager, ina reprise ...
  • What Drives Successful Independent Fundraising Events
    Original Broadcast Date:  April 15, 2014 Independent Fundraising Event (IFE) programs are already in place in numerous nonprofit organization’s fundraising strategies. Despite the growing importance of these programs, very little has been known about their overall role. Until now. The IFE Study conducted by Charity Dynamics is the first industry-wide look at program trends including expected growth, ...
  • 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 about ...
  • Is the Traditional Charity Walk on Life Support?
    Original Broadcast Date:  November 14, 2013 Zombie runs, color runs, obstacle courses and other specialty events are drawing millions of participants at a time when traditional events are finding it harder to attract participant fundraisers. If you work on a traditional event, what can you do to keep it from becoming obsolete? Eventage’s Matt Glass and Christie ...
  • Raising Big Dollars By Letting Supporters Do Their Own Thing
    Original Broadcast Date: November 5, 2013 Requests from supporters to create their own peer-to-peer fundraising programs have long made nonprofit executives squeamish. Typical reactions range from: “For Pete’s sake, why don’t they just get in line and take part in what we’ve worked so hard to produce?” to “What kind of trouble are these people going to ...
  • Email Marketing Clinic: Subject Lines That Get Opened
    Original Broadcast Date: October 17, 2013 Your subject line has one purpose: to get your email opened. These short little buggers need to pack a powerful punch because they are the difference between an opened email and a trashed one. This webinar is designed to make writing effective headlines easy for you. This online training session is designed ...
  • 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 raising ...
  • Using Engagement Tactics to Drive Overall Event Performance
    Original Broadcast Date: November 6, 2013 What is the role of engagement in driving peer-to-peer event success? Join Charity Dynamics’ Cassidy Richards and American Diabetes Association’s Shana Masterson for key insights from the Nonprofit Donor Engagement Benchmark Report for understanding your participants’ giving behavior, engagement preferences and motivations that drive their support for charitable organizations and causes. j Speakers: Cassidy Richards is a ...
  • Unleashing the Power of Your Outliers
    Original Broadcast Date: October 31, 2013 Meet the outliers: They are your top fundraisers. The new event donor who just became a major donor. The captain of your team with the most fundraisers. The opposite of your average event participant—the opposite of normal.      Join Event 360 fundraising strategy consultants Laurie Schaecher and Suzanne Mooney as they provide strategies ...
  • 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 for ...