Australian-specific research identifies areas for improvement in online peer-to-peer fundraising

If your organisation is currently doing online peer-to-peer fundraising then you won’t want to miss the only formal Australian-based research into this practice that provides numerous insights and learnings to help you raise more.

Download this research if you want to:

  • Understand the motivations and behaviours of participants and donors in online peer-to-peer fundraising
  • Find out what high-performing fundraisers are doing that can be shared and encouraged across all your fundraising participants
  • Discover a range of insights into what makes a highly successful online peer-to-peer fundraising event
  • Learn a host of practical tips, hints and ideas that you can implement relatively easily to improve fundraising results

About the research

EverydayHero and More Strategic collaborated on the research project which involved surveying participants and donors of the 2012 City2Surf, the world’s largest timed run.

 

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**Please note, your contact details will be passed on to the research paper sponsor, Everyday Hero, and you may receive a marketing message from Everyday Hero.

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**Please note, your contact details will be passed on to the research paper sponsor, Everyday Hero, and you may receive a marketing message from Everyday Hero.