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CrowdRise by GoFundMe May 1
When your supporters share with their own personal network, the message will have more reach, validity, & effectiveness than your message alone. What are some great examples of posts by supporters that have worked well for your org?
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@NonprofitOrgs May 1
Also, don’t discount the power of the share from the campaign organizer. They bring in an average $43 per share on social media. What tools are you providing campaign organizers with so their campaigns can find success? Have a tool kit to share with us?
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PeerWorks 4 Jul 17
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Moses Okoth Apr 30
I am taking part in this tomorrow to get a little bit of insight as an African!
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@NonprofitOrgs May 1
What action by your supporters do you feel creates the best interaction with your cause? Whatever it is, make sure they can share that action with their networks right from your campaign page. Here are 5 actions a supporter can take to interact with your cause:
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PeerWorks 12 Oct 16
In 1,5 hour our masterclass 'The Science of Successful ' will start at in Bratislava! Are you ready?
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James Rischar Sep 24
Insightful tips from experts at
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TechSoup May 1
fundraising can be effective because word-of-mouth is extremely powerful. And donating funds feels most effective when people you know and trust believe in a cause and org too
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Farra Trompeter 19 Apr 17
Does your or campaign ladder back to your nonprofit's brand? It should!
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@NonprofitOrgs May 1
The power of social sharing is one reason is so impactful. Huge value is created when supporters share their actions related to your cause. How are YOU using social sharing to increase issue awareness + awareness for your org?
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Cynthia León Feb 7
Are you running your events the old school way with pen and paper at your event? Leave the paper behind, go mobile:
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PeerWorks Feb 27
Getting ready for our sessions at Hope to see you there!
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PeerWorks 25 Jun 17
We are ready! Come meet us at our booth in the marketplace!!
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Slovak Fundraising 12 Oct 16
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qgiv 27 Jun 17
You don't have to have a huge team to do huge things.
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Adélaïde 19 Oct 17
Only 1 in 2000 donations result from an organisation's ask.
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ColoradoGives.org May 1
is also a great way for supporters to talk about the that they love and are passionate about - thus leading to new donors.
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ColoradoGives.org May 1
is a simple way for board members to assist raise money and expand their networks
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@NonprofitOrgs May 1
Our tweet chat begins in one hour! - Ask questions/share insights about your experience with peer-to-peer fundraising. - Reply to comments/questions posted during the tweet chat to share resources and expertise More info:
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Sarah Desilets Robie 28 Apr 16
Spending the day learning about all things
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