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Alicia O’Neill, Director of Business Development and Partnerships at the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, describes how she identifies ‘the next big thing’ in P2P fundraising.
The Cash Sweat & Tears Award is a free, easy way to recognize someone who has gone above and beyond to raise money for your organization.
There are a number of important questions your nonprofit should answer before you start a peer-to-peer campaign, but the single most important question should be this one: What is Your Goal?
Sue Dalos, senior manager of marketing and development for the Canadian Cancer Society’s Ontario Division, offers advice on how to spice up your do-it-yourself fundraising program.
MDA ends its long-running Labor Day telethon and redirects its energy toward peer-to-peer programs such as its successful Muscle Walk.
By Allison Fine What would you do with an extra $100 million? That was the happy problem facing the ALS Association after this summer’s mega-viral Ice Bucket Challenge. According to ALS, the Challenge raised more than $100-million from more than 3-million people. This compares to $2.3-million raised all of last summer by ALS. The Challenge was […]
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