Your board members can play a fundamental role in your #GivingTuesday success.
You don’t need a big fundraising team to accomplish great things.
One of the simplest and most effective ways a nonprofit can grow their donor base is through Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Fundraising.
Even if your current group of supporters is small, you can reach out to each of them and request that they fundraise on your behalf or become what we call Fundraising Champions for an upcoming campaign.
On 8/6/16 people throughout Tompkins County, NY, came together to support and enjoy Raker Rivals Big Red, an exhibition hockey game and fundraising campaign for Franziska Racker Centers to help raise funds in support of individuals with disabilities and their families.
On Friday, May 6th, the GiveGab ladies started Mother’s Day weekend off right by participating in an awesome volunteer and group fundraising opportunity for Habitat for Humanity of Tompkins and Cortland Counties (TCHFH): Women Build Weekend 2016!
Peer to peer fundraising, also known as p2p, team, social, or personal fundraising, is a way of fundraising that involves your supporters raising money on your nonprofit’s behalf. At GiveGab, we call these folks Fundraising Champions because of their commitment to go above and beyond for a cause they love.
Michigan State University certainly puts the “fun” in fundraising and the “vol”(ume) in volunteering! With National Volunteer Week on the horizon, we chose to spotlight MSU for their incredible volunteer efforts AND ongoing peer-to-peer and team fundraising success!