Peer-to-Peer Fundraising: Building an Engaged Online Community
The Georgia Center for Nonprofits is offering “Peer-to-Peer Fundraising: Building an Engaged Online Community”:
What is peer-to-peer fundraising, and how can nonprofits leverage this strategy to reach new audiences organically, build community, and raise more money online? This course will help participants develop long-term strategies to engage their entire community – donors, volunteers, staff, board members, and beneficiaries – through online platforms, and equip them to become passionate advocates and fundraisers for the organization.
In-class activities include learning how to conduct a digital audit, performing peer reviews of social media, and exploring case studies.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Define peer-to-peer fundraising, crowdfunding, and DIY fundraising.
- Explain the steps of the digital fundraising cycle.
- Identify motivations for online giving.
Team members who engage with fundraising, especially from individuals, such as:
- Fundraising and development staff
- Marketing/communications staff
- Senior leadership
- Board members, especially those serving on fundraising committees”