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At DonorDrive, we regularly pore through a massive volume of data from our clients to spot the big trends in peer-to-peer fundraising. We thought we’d share some stats from our State of Peer-toPeer Fundraising Report 2017 that will definitely help you in your fundraising decisions for 2017.
Working closely with our DonorDrive clients, we get an in-the-trenches view of what’s happening in peer-to-peer fundraising. Once again, we’ve seen many of our clients grow their events, grow their campaigns and—more importantly—grow their organizations. In examining the event totals of DonorDrive clients raising more than $1 million online annually, we came across this amazing stat:
For the past few years we’ve seen a trend of organizations expanding their peer-to-peer fundraising solely from hosting signature events to now offering DIY fundraising, third-party fundraising, community fundraising, virtual programs and other options to retain current supporters and to attract new ones. Many are discovering a big hidden benefit in offering fundraising options: They’re encouraging new growth both regionally and nationally.
We all know that many long-established signature events have been coming up flat. As a result organizations have been looking for new fundraising initiatives that will help them grow. Join us for a great webinar we're hosting with Peer-To-Peer Forum that features the Epilepsy Foundation’s extensive peer-to-peer program, which offers their supporters a myriad of ways to fundraise for the cause.
Many organizations are discovering that Spring is a very successful time of the year to encourage supporters to create Do It Yourself peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns. There are two main reasons for this:
Many DonorDrive clients are generating substantial income through Personal Campaigns or complete Do It Yourself fundraising programs. But we’re hearing that some organizations (maybe yours included?) are facing resistance from within that’s keeping them from starting a program. If you’re finding this opposition inside your organization, we thought it might be helpful for your plea if you had some straightforward answers to the most common questions from boards and executive staff.
If you don't have a DIY program, the answer to that is pretty simple: Everybody.
Most major nonprofits already have DIY programs in place and the rest are currently adding DIY as a new revenue stream. So why is 2016 quickly becoming the Year of DIY? It's that organizations are seeing big benefits and almost no downside. A DIY program requires many less staff hours than a new event would and each campaign yields more than...
Today we’re seeing fundraising play a substantially larger role in comany Cause Marketing efforts. Workplace giving has been around for a long time, but workplace fundraising is a sexy new concept for some corporate partners. Businesses are gravitating...
Looking back at 2015, much has happened for organizations that depend on peer-to-peer fundraising. We've covered this extensively in our DonorDriven Blog and have put together a convenient list of our most useful articles of the year...
Last year every nonprofit was buzzing about that trendy, new, crowdfunding stuff. But this year...crickets.
A quick search of Google news shows crowdfunding articles that mention nonprofits are down 47%...
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