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9 Tips for Recruiting and Retaining Peer-to-Peer Participants

The Killoe Group

One of the most important components of a strong peer-to-peer fundraising event or campaign is your participants, or volunteer fundraisers. Aside from your nonprofit’s own staff, participants are the people who have the most power to make (or break) your peer-to-peer fundraising program. Give participants a good story to tell.

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Hosting Engaging Virtual Events: How to Boost Participation

Top Nonprofits

In this short guide, we’ll walk you through a few strategies that will help you boost participation at your next virtual event, and make it more memorable: Invest in the right tools for virtual events. Class or workshop: This type of event can be especially engaging, as attendees can participate, rather than passively observing.

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5 Ways to Motivate and Recognize Your Peer-to-Peer Event Fundraisers

NonProfit PRO

Most peer-to-peer fundraising events offer participants branded merchandise as incentives, but do they work? Here are five ideas to boost your recognition program.

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How to Keep Your Team Motivated Through 2020

NonProfit Hub

But one of the most prevalent has been staying motivated at work. We’re going to have to teach ourselves and our teams how to stay productive and motivated , even when we can’t be there face-to-face. . In order to make your team motivated and productive, accommodate your plans to fit how they work best.

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Arab American Philanthropy

NonProfit Quarterly

CAAP’s recently released report, A Tapestry of Giving , provides a snapshot of the giving attitudes, habits, motivations, and priorities of the study’s participants. Three hundred Arab Americans participated in CAAP’s recent research. I’ve had a really lucky life in a lot of ways,” one participant said. “I

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What Grant Making in Russia Taught Us About How to Address the Assault on American Democracy

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

The lawmaker argues that the move was politically motivated following his participation in a protest. Zooey Zephyr (right) from the House floor for speaking out against a bill banning gender-affirming care for youths. A dissident lawmaker is expelled by the legislature’s majority for supporting a popular protest movement.

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4 Easy Ways to Acquire New Donors for Your Nonprofit with Peer-to-Peer Fundraising

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Be sure to talk about your event on social media and ask your peer-to-peer participants and supporters to share your event promotion posts on their social networks too. The idea of asking friends and family for money, even to support a cause that means the world to you, can be a scary proposition for your participants.