What our members love
Great for your fundraising needs
A fusion of form and function
- Unlimited number of teams, each with a special team page
- Unlimited team members on any team, each with an individual fundraising page
- Ability for team leader to customize team page, include messages to supporters
- Ability for team leader to communicate privately with all team members
- Ranked leaderboard for friendly competition across and within teams supporting the same campaign
- All money raised by teams automatically rolls up to campaign totals
- Integrated buttons for easy social media and email sharing
- Ability for team leaders and team members to set team and individual goals, respectively
- Easily exportable fundraising data
- Donation tracking thermometers on Campaign Page and Live Display exhibit donations in seconds
Team Fundraising in action
MaxLove Project’s multi-team effort raised about half of its Farm to Fork 2020 campaign total.
Luv Michael Co.
As a team, Luv Michael’s staff and volunteers raised funds to keep producing and selling granola during the coronavirus slowdown.
Members gain full and free access to all of our digital fundraising products.
We have some answers that will help you
Peer-to-Peer Fundraising and Team Fundraising are two means by which passionate supporters can actively advocate for your nonprofit and the essential work it does, making a real difference to the communities you serve and creating a far wider ripple effect in them.
Easy and intuitive for donors and nonprofits alike — individual and team fundraising pages are created and managed entirely by fundraisers themselves — they empower social and community-minded motivators, as individuals and/or members of teams, to tap into their networks, introduce your cause to others and raise money on your behalf, thus helping your organization to increase awareness of its mission, reach new donors, broaden its base of community support and raise more money with less direct effort.
Importantly, peer-based fundraising also helps mobilize supporters who may not be able to contribute financially themselves, but have the time, passion and aptitude for encouraging others to do so.
For examples of how our member nonprofits have used Peer-to-Peer Fundraising and Team Fundraising, see our members in action.
Team leaders can review a best practices guide in our Resource Hub (for members, but open to all).
In addition to that, we encourage nonprofits to create their own resources for team leaders (and other peer-to-peer fundraisers). Each nonprofit knows its supporters best and can tailor guidelines to meet their needs, taking into account the nonprofit’s interests. Checking in with a nonprofit may also help a team leader understand how the nonprofit would like fundraisers to represent it.