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10 weeks to promote your peer-to-peer fundraising event on social media


10 August 2021 at 8:46 am
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10 weeks to promote your peer-to-peer fundraising event on social media
10 August 2021 at 8:46 am

Download your free guide from iRaiser to help you plan and execute your next social media campaign

A lot of hard work goes into a successful not for profit peer-to-peer event, including its promotional plan. In this guide, we dive into how a not-for-profit organisation can plan and execute a social media campaign to engage supporters, boost cause awareness, and generate funds. 

You’ll learn how to set goals and prioritise different social channels, along with how to implement your campaign before the event. Finally, to help you cover your bases when it comes to social media, we’ve created a simple, clear and helpful 10 week plan that’s ready to be put into action! 

Remember, with your community spending more time at home and online, social media remains a powerful channel to reach your audience and promote your campaign. Many of us are seeking ways to connect with others and feel a sense of community during this time, and through social media, you can offer this to your supporters. Happy planning! 

If you would like to know more about the advanced peer-to-peer solution iRaiser has launched globally – now available for the first time in ANZ – please reach out to Rebecca Thomson today on rthomson@iraiser.eu

Local office, local support, local hosting, ANZ we have you covered! iRaiser offers a truly white label solution, ability to add ticketing, volunteer, merchandise ask and much much more. What’s more, iRaiser offers fair flat fee pricing, just because you raise millions doesn’t mean you or your donors need to pay suppliers millions. Developed by fundraisers for fundraisers, iRaiser is a European digital fundraising leader. We’re excited to be working with clients in the ANZ region. We hope you enjoy this free guide and we look forward to hearing from you soon. 

Download your free guide here

For more information about iRaiser visit www.iraiser.eu, or follow them on LinkedIn and Facebook

About iRaiser

iRaiser is a SaaS vendor of fundraising software for not for profits. We work for NGOs, foundations, hospitals and research institutes, cultural organisations, educational institutes, environmental organisations, religious organisations and corporate foundations. We are committed to providing not for profits with innovative, ethical, and secure software that enable them to raise more funds online, and gain more visibility and awareness for their cause with less effort. Since 2012, we have helped organisations raise over 1 billion euros, making iRaiser the market leader for online fundraising in Europe. iRaiser serves over 500 top organisations such as UNRWA, UNHCR, WWF, Red Cross, Doctors Without Borders, Unicef, the Salvation Army and the Louvre in over 18 countries worldwide. We have offices in France, Italy, Denmark, Belgium, the UK, Norway and Australia, and are continuing to expand. 



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