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It’s show time! The 2014 Blackbaud Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Study is here!

Pump up the fundraising volume at your organization.


It’s show time! The 2014 Blackbaud Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Study is here!

Is your peer-to-peer fundraising hitting a high note? If not, it’s time to fine-tune your strategies with a little help from The 2014 Blackbaud Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Study. If you haven't already, download the Study, then check out our corresponding webinar series.

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Talk Data to Me
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It’s here and we’re ready to talk data! Are you? Join Amy Braiterman and Shana Masterson as they unveil the 2014 Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Study.

In additional to our favorite key performance indicators (KPIs) like average amount raised online, number of online donations, percent of participants sending emails, and number of emails sent, we’ve upped the ante and expanded this year’s study to include team metrics. We’ll share:
  • The correlation between team size and amount raised
  • How many people you need on a team to raise $10,000
  • The sweet spot for team size for event
  • How teams of one impact events

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Not Just a Number in the Crowd: How Each Participant Impacts an Event
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It’s no secret that returning participants are more engaged, raise more money, and cost less to retain than newcomers. However, it’s important to remember that all participants, whether they’re long-time fans or first-time attendees, contribute to an event and determine if it’s a major hit or a huge flop.

In this webinar, we’ll dig into participant data and review the following:
  • Participant loyalty as it applies to peer-to-peer fundraising
  • Cultivating participant and personal donations
  • Interpreting the good and bad of email data

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It Takes a Team: How Team Performance Affects Your Bottom Line
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The Pareto Principle states that for many events, roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes. As it applies to peer-to-peer fundraising, we often observe that 20% of participants or teams account for 80% of the revenue. So, what does this mean for your events?

This concept has become a favorite among peer-to-peer fundraisers as it helps us prioritize our time and resources around those who will have the biggest impact on the bottom line. But, there’s one problem—sometimes we don’t know which teams have the most potential for success. So, we’re left making educated guesses.

This webinar will take you into The 2014 Blackbaud Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Study to help you make those decisions. We’ll cover the following:
  • Team performance by event
  • Team performance data to prioritize
  • Team fundraising levels
  • Participant roles such as team captain, team members, and individuals

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