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[White Paper] The Peer to Peer Fundraising Technology Landscape

by Mark Becker, Founding Partner, Cathexis Partners


As the Internet and technology have continued to evolve, peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns have become more sophisticated. At the same time, nonprofit software companies like Kintera, Convio, and Artez have come and gone, and some of the smart people there have since joined companies including Blackbaud and Frontstream that offer peer-to-peer tools, or have created new peer-to-peer tools like Great Feats and Kimbia — to name a few. Plus, nonprofit staffers, such as Jeff Gordy, former IT director at the Kidney Cancer Association, went on to co-found NeonCRM.

Today, there are many peer-to-peer fundraising software platforms available, presenting nonprofits with both more choice and the challenge of finding the right tool for their organization. The Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Technology Landscape, a new guide for nonprofits by Cathexis Partners, introduces nonprofits to today’s world of peer-to-peer fundraising tools.

The guide provides an overview of 18 software platforms and their functionality in six areas:

  • Design capabilities
  • Engagement capabilities
  • User interface
  • Administrative interface
  • Integration with CRM systems/databases of record
  • Pricing

Check the paper out here.

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