Built By People Who Give A Damn About Your Mission

Built By People Who Give A Damn About Your Mission

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  • Children's Miracle Network

    Children's Miracle Network

    Learn how CMN Hospitals uses flexible DonorDrive for their innovative events.

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  • American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

    American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

    Learn how AFSP grew their walk series to over 460 events with DonorDrive.

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  • Ride Closer to Free

    Ride Closer to Free

    Learn how Ride Closer to Free switched to DonorDrive and doubled their donations.

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  • World Vision

    World Vision

    Learn how World Vision uses DonorDrive to empower their staff to fundraise creatively.

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From our Blog See all

Building super fundraisers through super coaching, Part 3: Creating a great event-day experience
By Kevin Wolfe  |  August 17, 2017

Every organization strives for a flawless event day with no hiccups that disrupt the ride. But an event needs to be more than just smooth running. It needs to be an unforgettable experience participants will gladly tell their friends about and filled with vivid rembrances that encourage them to come back next year. Jessica Scheps, Development Event Specialist who heads up communications for Ride Closer to Free, relies heavily on feedback from her riders to guide the experience: “My personal feeling on creating a great event experience is that you need to change it up. That’s what I’m hearing from riders. We have so many that come back year after year and it can start to get boring after a while.”

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12 ways to engage your zero-dollar fundraisers

12 ways to engage your zero-dollar fundraisers

It’s estimated 3/4 of peer-to-peer event participants nationally don’t raise a penny. This white paper examines the industry-wide problem and gives a proven strategy for helping organizations change their event culture from awareness-raising to fundraising.