As was announced previously, this month’s Fundraising Strategies & Nonprofit Tech Carnival focused on the growing world of peer-to-peer fundraising.
Throughout the month, we received a number of great submissions and are happy to share 8 peer-to-peer fundraising resources with you today.
Each resource that’s included highlights key aspects of the peer-to-peer process and how nonprofits can capitalize on the potential of peer-to-peer.
The Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Resources Carnival
This page is our hub of educational content about peer-to-peer fundraising. It contains both a general overview and in-depth sections that dive into such topics as peer-to-peer fundraising software and the top peer-to-peer conferences.
This article on the JC Social Marketing blog from Adam Weinger of Double the Donation features 5 easy-to-follow fixes to your biggest peer-to-peer communications mistakes. If you’re looking for ways to optimize your campaign communications, make sure to give this article a scan.
At their core, peer-to-peer donations are essentially online donations. So, if you’re going to be actively pursuing peer-to-peer opportunities, you have to understand the online donation process. That’s where this article from Aly Sterling Philanthropy comes in. If you can answer the 5 questions posed in this piece, you’re off to a strong start.
With how quickly the nonprofit technology space is growing, it can be hard to keep up. For peer-to-peer in particular, this recently updated guide from Salsa Labs helps break down peer-to-peer fundraising software and all its intricacies.
Increasing board engagement is a common topic of discussion on various nonprofit-related blogs. And rightly so! To help tackle that very issue, this article from Ronald Pruitt details how to get your board involved in your peer-to-peer efforts while explaining how to make it an easy process for board members to follow.
If you’re looking for a resource that provides a window into the world of peer-to-peer fundraising, this is it. From the necessary definitions to the process itself to the best practices, this Fundly resource has it all.
The trick to success with any kind of fundraising activity is taking a look at what you’re doing and assessing what you can tweak to make your efforts just that much more effective. Luckily, iATS Payments has done just that for peer-to-peer fundraisers.
This article from DonorSearch takes a simple, yet effective approach. It isolates three main ways in which nonprofits can optimize their peer-to-peer efforts and digs into just how to execute those three tips. It’s a quick, informative read.
That’s it for this month’s carnival. We wanted to keep it short and sweet, just like the month of February.
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