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Learn about how to use peer-to-peer fundraising to help your nonprofit in the Fundraising Day NY 2012 presentation!

Learn about how to use peer-to-peer fundraising to help your nonprofit in the Fundraising Day NY 2012 presentation!

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    Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Presentation Transcript

    • Optimize and Innovate Peer-to-Peer EventsTweet this! #FRDNY
    • Presenters Melissa Lee Kelley Stewart Account Director Vice President SankyNet Pursuant Ketchum @expetesso @twitterhandleTweet this! #FRDNY
    • What is Peer to Peer?Forget about “Best Practices”.Forget about your “Competition”.Before you get excited, ask:What role does Peer to Peer play in MY portfolio?Tweet this! #FRDNY
    • Acquisition KelleyTweet this! #FRDNY
    • Conversion Prospects Active Participants Prospects, in this sense, are: • Registered Leaders who aren’t recruiting • Registered Participants who aren’t fundraisingTweet this! #FRDNY
    • Conversion Prospects Active Participants Provide access to information & tools via low-touch vehiclesTweet this! #FRDNY
    • Conversion Prospects Active Participants Then follow-up via high-touch vehicles to gauge effectiveness • Indicate what you’ve observed. • Give the person time to respond with information. • Score their response, and support them as necessary.Tweet this! #FRDNY
    • Reactivation Lapsed Participants Active Participants 1. Assume everyone will lapse. 2. Begin reactivation efforts immediately – with the post-event Thank You. 3. Score as you go. • Event After Party • Post-Event Thank You • Survey about the Event • Social Media touches • Email Invitation series • Direct Mail Invitation (singular or series) • Telephone InvitationTweet this! #FRDNY
    • Reactivation Lapsed Participants Active Supporters If scoring indicates that a contact will not reactivate as a participant, focus your efforts on winning them to the organization in new ways. • Survey about the Organization • Connect them to staff or volunteers DO NOT sit on lapsed participants whom you know to be organizational prospects.Tweet this! #FRDNY
    • Upgrade Peer to Peer Donor Organization Donor Peer-to-Peer donors usually have an affinity to your cause, but they give to their friends, not to your organization. So don’t treat them like your donors. Take some time to cultivate them independently, first.Tweet this! #FRDNY
    • Upgrade Peer to Peer Donor Organization Donor• Thank them for what they’ve done.• Acknowledge the connection totheir friend.• Build a connection to the peoplewho benefit from your organization.Tweet this! #FRDNY
    • Upgrade Peer to Peer Donor Organization Donor• Tell stories about your work.• Track the interest and engagementof individuals over time. Which story attracted attention from your peer-to-peer donor? Use the information to target your appeal.• Use what you learn to inform verytargeted appeals 6 months later.Tweet this! #FRDNY
    • Analytics KelleyTweet this! #FRDNY
    • Innovation KelleyTweet this! #FRDNY
    • Prioritization KelleyTweet this! #FRDNY