How to Create Fundraising Opportunities Year-Round

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That’s the beauty of having a year-round peer-to-peer fundraising program. By adding a permanent fundraising option to your website, you allow your supporters to interact with your organization on their own terms. Your followers can use their birthdays, athletic endeavors, weddings, and other life events as moments to support a larger cause that they care about. This transforms every individual milestone into a new fundraising opportunity for your organization. And because your supporters’ life events will be randomly distributed throughout the year, it allows you to build a balanced stream of monthly revenue for your nonprofit.

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AIESEC

AIESEC is the world's largest youth-run organization developing the leadership potential of young people. Present in 128 countries and territories across 2600 universities, we provide students and recent graduates with life-changing experiences to intern or volunteer abroad within partner organizations. We partner with organizations ranging from Fortune 500 to local enterprises in developing and sourcing their global talent needs across our network. Through our programs in universities, we provide organizations with access to a global network of young talents who have both the capabilities to make a positive impact. For the last seven decades, we have developed over one million leaders ranging from business, civil society, and world leaders, including one Nobel Peace Prize Laureate.

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