December 17th at 1:30pm ET
Free thanks to sponsorship by Qgiv
When Florida businesses shut down in March, The Sharing Center had to cancel two of their largest fundraisers yet demand for their food and financial assistance was skyrocketing.
They quickly shifted gears and set up a series of virtual campaigns including “Operation Good Samaritan,” a peer-to-peer board fundraising effort; and “Sweet Bites & Bikes,” a virtual bike ride. Since then, they’ve raised over $610,000; 408% over budgeted revenue.
In this session, you’ll learn from The Sharing Center’s Margaux Pagán:
- What strategies are key to executing virtual peer-to-peer fundraising
- How to use peer-to-peer fundraising to engage board members
- How peer-to-peer fundraising can complement other types of fundraising initiatives
- And more!
This session is a must-see for anyone who runs (or might run!) a virtual peer-to-peer event. Don’t miss out!
Margaux Pagán, Associate Director of Marketing & Development, The Sharing Center
Margaux Pagán is the Marketing and Donor Engagement Manager at The Sharing Center, a Florida nonprofit dedicated to preventing homelessness and hunger. In her position at the Center, she leads the marketing and communications campaigns and donor engagement efforts. She specializes in marketing and data science, and she’s passionate about helping nonprofits transform their digital presence in a way that will help them thrive and grow for years to come.
Abby Jarvis, Nonprofit Education Manager, Qgiv
Abby Jarvis is the Nonprofit Education Manager at Qgiv, a company that’s dedicated to building powerful fundraising tools that empower nonprofits to thrive and grow. In her 7 years at Qgiv, Abby’s become passionate about understanding industry best practices, learning how they can help nonprofits be more effective, and sharing that information with other fundraisers.
This webinar is free thanks to sponsorship by