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Cycling event Bike4Chai 2017 rides to the finish line in record breaking style

In its eighth year, the recently completed Bike4Chai cycling event had its best year yet, raising over $8.44 million for Chai Lifeline, which supports children, including at the ride’s annual destination, Camp Simcha in upstate New York. The ride, which is limited to around 500 participants, saw an increase of over $1.4 million from 2016.…

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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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The heart of the matter: the fundraising stage of a campaign

This is the third part in a series of insights taken from the free to download “The P2P Fundraising Handbook” by Carly Samuelson. You can read the first installment, about nonprofit peer-to-peer fundraising strategy here, and the second about what do to before and after the fundraising stage of a campaign here. Staffing After flushing out a strategy…

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The before and after of nonprofit fundraising campaigns

This is the second in a series of insights taken from the free to download “The P2P Fundraising Handbook” by Carly Samuelson. You can read the first installment, about nonprofit peer-to-peer fundraising strategy here. While the fundraising stage of a campaign is generally the main focus of what nonprofits consider a peer-to-peer fundraising effort, getting the word…

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Setting and evaluating your nonprofit peer-to-peer fundraising strategy

This is the first installment in a three part series on peer-to-peer fundraising, summarized from the comprehensive guide “The P2P Fundraising Handbook” by Carly Samuelson. In this first installment, we’ll discuss organizational strategy towards peer-to-peer fundraising, as well as campaign preparation. You can read the second installment, on the before and after of campaigns, here. What…

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5 Ways Football is Like Peer-to-Peer Fundraising

1. Great campaigns like successful football teams, have leaders who keep heads up and eyes focused on the goal at hand. These individuals are respected and have the ability to galvanize supporters for Peer-to-Peer success. Provide support to these individuals. They are rare and crucial! 2. Without a clear strategy nothing moves ahead. Multi-prong tactics…

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Email is King

Email is still the king in peer-to-peer fundraising. Even as transactions on social media continue to flourish, email remains a steady producer. This is why we take it so seriously. In the past our team has detailed some tactics on appropriate times to send emails alongside unveiling our conditional communication and auto-response options. But now…

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Online Donations: On the Rise & Only Part of the Story

Over the last few weeks, the RallyBound team has been delving into the 2015 P2P Forum dataset provided by P2P Forum and Plenty. Doing so has unveiled a few interesting discoveries. Over the next couple weeks, we will present these findings and offer up some insights on their market implications. In this initial iteration we…

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Template System Update!!

Across the Internet, users are becoming increasingly accustomed to a more personalized experience when engaging with websites and platforms. RallyBound is excited to announce that its total dynamic vision is one step closer to reality with the release of its new placeholder structure, today. While this may seem like a small update the features it…

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