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Partner Webinar - Set Yourself Up For Success With Peer-To-Peer Fundraising

May 15, 2019 - 2:00pm

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Below you'll find an invitation from our friends & partners over at the Sanford Institute of Philanthropy. Our mission at NAVSO is to help you find funding faster and serve veterans better. This partnership allows us to do just that. See below for an invitation to this event on May 15th focused on peer-to-peer fundraising. We hope it helps your quest in finding diverse & sustainable funding.

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Set Yourself Up For Success With Peer-To-Peer Fundraising

Donations to peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns now account for more than one-third of all online giving, driven by peer-to-peer’s popularity among younger supporters and the rise of social media. Whether you’re looking to expand your donor base, grow awareness for your mission, or give your supporters a new way to get involved, peer-to-peer fundraising is a strategy you can’t ignore.

Key Takeaways:
1. Fine-tune your fundraising strategy
How peer-to-peer fundraising can complement your year-round fundraising strategy
2. Implement peer-to-peer campaigns
Essential steps to take before launching your first peer-to-peer campaign
3. Set your fundraisers up for success
How to identify, recruit, and motivate fundraisers to crush their peer-to-peer goals

Panelist: Elizabeth Hilbert, Product Marketing Manager, Classy

Elizabeth Hilbert works on the Product Marketing team at Classy.org, an online and mobile fundraising platform for nonprofits based in San Diego, CA. Previously, Elizabeth was a Customer Success Manager at Classy, working directly with clients on fundraising campaigns ranging from small e-appeals to major peer-to-peer fundraisers with thousands of participants. Prior to joining Classy, Elizabeth worked in campaign consulting, helping political candidates and nonprofit organizations fine-tune their fundraising, digital communications, and field strategy.

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