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.
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David Hessekiel, founder and president of PeerToPeer Professional Forum, will serve as emcee for the conference, and nonprofits including The ALS Association, Heifer International, and Sierra Club will join to show attendees how they’re using peer-to-peer techniques to raise funds in the real world. Attendees will learn how organizations are taking their campaigns and events to new heights, and will leave with fresh ideas they can start using right away.
New to peer-to-peer fundraising? There’s nothing to fear! DonorCommunity has 6 tips for nonprofits who want success.
Detailed advice from the folks at @Pay about mobile fundraising mistakes and how to avoid making them.
If you’re starting a capital campaign, then you know how much work and effort goes into planning a fundraiser of this magnitude. You want all your hard work to result in a successful outcome: reaching your goal. For that to happen, you need to have the right capital campaign marketing plan in place, which should include strategies to attract tech-savvy donors as well as traditional supporters. We’ve compiled a list of five tech-savvy marketing strategies to help you raise more.
Using your social media sites, your organization can gain more visibility, get your donors more engaged with your event, and thus, plan a more lucrative auction.
What impact have digital platforms and social networks had on charitable donations this year? Which key developments should nonprofits be paying close attention to? Find out in this infographic from MDG.