In an ideal situation, donors would allocate support for your nonprofit by giving time and funds without provocation. However, have you considered that more donors may step forward if they were approached by friends and family instead of a faceless organization? Peer-to-peer fundraising (P2P) puts this exact concept to work by using personal connections to […]
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