News & Updates
October 16, 2018
A considerable percentage of the population thrives on challenges. That’s why peer to peer fundraising campaigns that challenge participants works so well, especially among millennials! Do you remember the Ice Bucket Challenge of 2014?! That campaign raised over $100 million!
In order to get you thinking about how your organization can capitalizing on this fundraising trend, here are some examples of peer to peer fundraising challenges that were a huge success:
1. Beards of Hope
September 24, 2018
Successful Peer to Peer Fundraising Birthday Campaigns
You might not have known this, but allowing your supporters to pledge their birthday to your cause can equal big bucks for your nonprofit! There is everything to gain and nothing to loose in creating a birthday campaign.
September 7, 2018
4 Successful Peer to Peer Fundraising Campaigns in Healthcare
Those who advocate for good health tend to be very passionate about fundraising, which could account for some of the successful peer-to-peer efforts in this industry.
Whether you are in the healthcare field or not, your non-profit can benefit from looking at successful peer-to-peer campaigns run by health organizations. Here are three successful peer-to-peer stories:
August 29, 2018
The Importance of Understanding Peer to Peer Fundraising Participants and Donors
August 22, 2018
4 Unique Peer to Peer Fundraising Campaigns
Massive walks, runs and rides dominated the early days of peer to peer fundraising, and while these types of initiatives can still bring in much needed funds, there is a growing need to develop new and interesting ideas for campaigns. Today, a lot of people who are looking to support a good cause are going to be drawn in by what is different and unique.
Here are some unique peer to peer fundraising ideas that just might inspire your non-profit:
1. Be Bold Be Bald
August 16, 2018
The Importance of a Branded Peer to Peer Fundraising Campaign
July 31, 2018
The Master List of Peer to Peer Fundraising Ideas
How It Works:
July 26, 2018
Auditing Your Peer to Peer Fundraising Campaign
When you work for a non-profit, you always having to think ahead to the next fundraiser and when you do, it’s important to take stock of the past. If you want your next campaign to be successful, you should be conducting an audit of your latest peer to peer fundraising campaign.
July 20, 2018
How Wearable Technology is Changing Peer to Peer Fundraising Campaigns
Peer to peer fundraising campaigns have traditionally focused on in-person events such as walks, runs or other competitions. Now, more people are purchasing wearable technology and it’s influencing the look and feel of fundraisers.
July 5, 2018
3 Tips to Increase the Success of Your Event-Based Peer to Peer Fundraising Campaign
Fundraising has a long history. One hundred years ago, people held bake sales, jumble sales (which we call garage sales today), and even sponsored walks. Events like this raised much-needed funds for small community organizations but they also brought people together so they could inspire each other and celebrate their collective pride in doing good. In some respects, it isn’t much different today except we have the ability to spread the word about fundraising much further thanks to the advent of the Internet.
Whatever your event is today, you can use peer to peer fundraising to raise awareness and funds while involving supporters in the fundraising process. Here are some tips to help your event-based peer to peer fundraising campaign reach the kind of success you’re looking for:
1. Develop a unique twist