P2P Trends (Part I): The Transition to Digital, Customization, and Fundraising “Push” Days
Watch Other P2P Videos in Our Series:
- Key Takeaways from the 2020 P2P Professional Forum
- 3 Easy Tips for Kicking off 2020 EOY with a Bang
- Dealing with Disruption in the Industry
- Giving Tuesday Tips: Preparing for Success on Facebook
- Improving User Action Pathways & Donation Forms
- Where do you focus your efforts — on fundraisers or non-performers?
- Favorite User Experience Tools for Nonprofits
- Top Digital Acquisition Strategies for 2019
- Where are you seeing growth in Peer-to-Peer this year?
- Program Makeover: Reframe P2P Strategy through Mission Engagement
- Children Miracle Network Hospitals' Journey to Livestream Fundraising
- 5 Tips to Grow P2P Fundraising
- P2P Trends (Part II): Creativity, Efficiency, Volunteerism
- P2P Trends (Part I): Digital, Customization, Fundraising “Push” Days
- DIY (Part II): The Changing Landscape of P2P Fundraising
- DIY (Part I): DIY Fundraising Is All the Rage
- State of the Industry: P2P Fundraising in 2018
Customization and innovation, fundraising “push” days, the transition to digital giving — according to our latest panel of industry experts, these are all hot trends in the peer-to-peer space to keep an eye on.
In our first of two videos on P2P industry trends, we take a look at specific initiatives that are driving big dollars for our experts’ organizations.
Special thanks to our panel!
- Children’s Miracle Networks – Elyse Meardon, Managing Director, Strategic Partnerships and Dance Marathon
- IRONMAN – Meg Nolte, Senior Director, Charity Partnerships
- Ottawa Hospital Foundation – Ingrid Gingras, Marketing Director
- P2P Professional Forum – David Hessekiel, President and Founder
- Susan G. Komen: Greater New York City – Linda Tantawi, CEO