Talking Peer to Peer Fundraising Software To Strangers

Like many programmers, I am much more comfortable behind a computer than I am walking alone into a crowded room full of strangers with the intention of getting to know at least a couple of them. Needless to say, networking events are not my forte. Building a peer-to-...
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The Why of Peer to Peer DIY Fundraising: Lessons from Cupids and Children’s Tumor Foundation

Imagine being on the staff of Children’s Tumor Foundation (CTF http://ctf.org) 6 years ago and a bright, young, energetic young man comes to your office with an idea for a peer to peer fundraising event for your organization. What if you knew that 5 years later, this...
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Massachusetts Top Under The Radar Charities: Compassionate Care ALS (CCALS)

Every year the New Balance Falmouth Road Race (http://www.falmouthroadrace.com/) is a major fundraising event on Cape Cod.  Most noteworthy, is every year the small but mighty charity Compassionate Care ALS (CCALS) (http://www.ccals.org) is at or near the top of the...
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How Our Founders Values Inspired Them To Be Peer to Peer Fundraising Pioneers & Minority Business Owners

Hi!  We are Syam Buradagunta and Anna Bremner.  Two individuals with a passion to help others, help others.  Read on to learn why we believe in peer to peer fundraising and enjoy what we do at Blue Sky Collaborative. Syam:  As a first generation immigrant from India,...
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Walkathon software demo

We have a demo!  Try it out for free.  SWEET works great for any type of "a-thon," road races, bike events, marathons, road races, etc... See why so many nonprofit organizations rave about their SWEET fundraising software.  ...

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Obama’s the man for nonprofits!

People read this blog.  The number of readers is not unsubstantial.  Thanks to all of you who check in.  Most of the readers are connected to the nonprofit sector. To those of you who are, we feel obligated to urge you to vote for the...

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Uplifting Athletes at Penn State

Big ups to ESPN blogger Adam Rittenberg for covering the Penn State Uplifting Athletes Lift for Life Event. http://myespn.go.com/blogs/bigten/0-1-25/Lift-For-Life-recap.html http://myespn.go.com/blogs/bigten/0-1-18/Penn-State-takes-on-weighty-cause.html?post=true This...

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Miss Manners Gives Advice On Walkathons

Miss Manners (aka Judith Martin) gives advice about charity accountability to a beleaguered walkathon donor.  The full article can be found here http://www.chicagotribune.com/features/columnists/advice/chi-0410manners_zapr10,0,658025.column. The well informed...

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