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Archive for March 2017

How to expand into DIY fundraising

Nontraditional, creative peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns, such as do-it-yourself (DIY) fundraising, can be an effective way to supplement traditional peer-to-peer events — such as runs, walks , and rides — especially during the months between events. DIY fundraising campaigns allow participants, who are typically a nonprofit’s strongest supporters, to create their own campaigns on behalf of the…

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Going beyond the technology – 5 things fundraisers need keep in mind

No one can argue technology isn’t critical to our new fundraising strategies – after all, that’s what Rallybound is all about. Even so, it’s important to remember that there is a human touch to fundraising that even the best technology has a hard time replacing. If you want a donation, you must ask There are some people…

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Innovative new Rallybound admin interface released

Today we released the first phase of our reimagined administrators’ control panel, which we’re calling New Admin v1. There are three major new functions in this release: Groups; Admin Security Roles; and Admin Profiles and Notifications. However, before we dive into the specifics of this release, which is now live, we want to lay out…

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Peer-to-Peer Pro Forum Conference 2017 wrap-up: DIY is where it’s at

Every spring, we eagerly look forward to the annual Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum Conference, of which we are a recurring sponsor. At this year’s conference, which was held in Atlanta, much of the focus and buzz was around do-it-yourself (DIY) fundraising, and many of our current clients using this technology attended. Here’s what two attendees from…

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