Our website offers a Peer-to-Peer tool to make it easy for you or your organization to mobilize your supporters' networks within minutes by creating your own fundraising page within our website to start raising funds right away on our behalf.
What is Peer- to- Peer Fundraising? Peer-to-peer fundraising is a method of fundraising that leverages your supporters to fundraise on behalf of another organization or cause. It’s also known as social fundraising, personal and/or team fundraising.
Here are a few examples for a Peer-to-Peer Fundraiser:
Campaigns: You can choose to run a campaign run for a fixed period of time and have an overall fundraising or impact goal. You can set up the campaign byhere. Select the blue Support Us tab bottom right and Choose the Peer-To-Peer option and follow the set up instructions.
Personal Event/Challenge: These fundraisers center around milestones, such as a birthday or graduation, a backyard barbecue. They can also be a personal challenge such as climbing a mountain. .You can set up the campaign by here. Select the blue Support Us tab bottom right and Choose the Peer-To-Peer option and follow the set up instructions.
Activity: These are activities such as marathons or walkathons for which participants fundraise in order to participate. You can set up the campaign by here. Select the blue Support Us tab bottom right and Choose the Peer-To-Peer option and follow the set up instructions.
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