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With fall fundraising season around the corner, it's important nonprofits put themselves in attendees' shoes and focus on improving the guest experience. Smoothing out the experience at your event, from start to finish, ensures not only this year's success but long-term sustainability.
With fall fundraising season on the horizon, your nonprofit may be gearing up for a special event. And while selling lots of tickets to the general public is great, your development team has an even more critical task: to identify and attract high net worth guests who could become major gift donors.
Organizing a profitable fundraising event is all about best use of time. To take your event to the next level, focus your time and energy on the most time-efficient money-makers:
Have you tried peer-to-peer (P2P) fundraising? It's a fundraising strategy that allows you to fundraise and spread awareness through your supporters’ social networks - and nothing beats interpersonal connections in terms of fundraising incentives. Although P2P fundraising is gaining popularity, perhaps you haven’t yet had the chance to put it into action in your own organization. Not a problem! We’re here to help. First we’ll walk you through what P2P fundraising is and how it can help your organization. Then we’ll set you up with five great tips to run your own campaign. What we'll cover: The A to Z of P2P. Define your campaign. Pick your starting lineup. Empower your fundraisers. Build relationships with your donors. Say thanks to your supporters. Ready to learn more about peer-to-peer fundraising and how this tool can expand your nonprofit’s supporter base? Let's get started.
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