Peer to Peer Fundraising: 4 Easy Tips

| August 27, 2018

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Peer to peer fundraising is an excellent way for nonprofits to raise money by asking their volunteer donors and supporters to help them get the word out about their cause. In this video we cover 4 easy tips to jumpstart your fundraiser or Shoe Drive Fundraiser! There are hundreds of fundraisers to help your organization. Many require you to sell candy, cookie dough, or other items to raise money.

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