Original Broadcast Date: June 20, 2018
Team captains are crucial to the success of proprietary peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns.
An excellent team captain can help recruit participants, push team members to raise money, and build camaraderie that inspires team members to come back from future events. The challenge, of course, is attracting strong captains and giving them the encouragement and resources they need to succeed. To help your nonprofit meet this challenge, we’ve enlisted one of North America’s best team captains to offer his advice on how to identify and empower all-star captains.
Chris McPhee — the 2018 Cash, Sweat & Tears Award winner — leads a cycling team that has raised nearly $700,000 for the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation in Toronto. Through his efforts, he has grown the team from a small group of 10 riders who raised about $25,000 annually to a thriving squad of 50 that raised more than $130,000 in 2017.
During this exclusive webinar, Chris will share the secrets behind his success — and discuss how the Princess Margaret Cancer Center has provided the resources and support needed to help him grow his team. Join us on June 20 to learn:
- How your organization can provide tools and resources to help team captains succeed.
- The strategies Chris McPhee uses to build team unity and inspire them to raise money year round.
- How Princess Margaret Cancer Center works with McPhee to encourage other captains to go above and beyond for the organization.
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