If the COVID-19 pandemic proved anything, it’s that fundraisers are creative and versatile. Last year, nonprofits took the peer-to-peer fundraising style and ran with it—and we’re not looking back.
The future of peer-to-peer fundraising is varied and bright. Attend this session if you’d like to learn:
- How nonprofits are using peer-to-peer tools to recruit supporters and build communities, even when they can’t meet in person
- Different event styles and formats that work both virtually and in person
- How your peers are adapting their peer-to-peer events to meet their community’s changing needs
- Unconventional and inspiring ways to use a peer-to-peer platform to sell merchandise, host virtual food and supply drives, and more
You’ll see tons of examples of creative events that will surprise and inspire you. Come learn about what the future holds for this exciting (and versatile!) fundraising style.
As the Marketing & Engagement Director for the 3rd largest Habitat for Humanity affiliate in the U.S., Mark mobilized tens of thousands to give and volunteer in support of the Habitat mission. After growing his organization’s annual giving day raise from $19K to $85K, Mark was invited to present his top five marketing tips for fundraising success at the kick-off event for the nation’s largest giving day, North Texas Giving Day. Mark will be sharing these tips and more during his P2P World session. In his role at Habitat, Mark fell in love with Givebutter, the fastest growing online donation platform. During his P2P World session, Mark will also share how you can leverage Givebutter’s modern and affordable event and team fundraising solutions to attract and empower megafans to raise more for your mission.