Peer-to-Peer fundraising has taken center stage in the nonprofit trade press this month, as a number of prominent news outlets have offered coverage of the latest Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Thirty survey.
Recent coverage includes:
- A piece by The Chronicle of Philanthropy that notes that while proprietary campaigns are still big moneymakers for many nonprofits, the very largest programs are struggling to keep pace with previous results.
- A report by The Nonprofit Times that highlights how the field is moving toward more do-it-yourself campaigns to help make up for declines in more traditional programs.
- Philanthropy News Digest’s roundup of the P2P Thirty results, which spotlights 13 programs that saw revenue increases in 2016.