Fundraising

Animal Planet's R.O.A.R. Matching Campaign Returns with "30 Days to R.O.A.R."

-- Total R.O.A.R. Donations to Surpass $1 Million During Campaign --
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Silver Spring, MD, October  — Beginning Monday, October 14, Animal Planet’s non-profit initiative (NPO), R.O.A.R. (Reach Out. Act. Respond.) launches the third annual matching campaign to raise funds for seven participating R.O.A.R. partners. This year’s focus on “30 Days to R.O.A.R.” again provides partners with the opportunity to receive dollar-for-dollar matching contributions on consumer donations up to $100,000. The funds come from the sale of Animal Planet products, which are available at retailers nationwide.

Marcie Maxwell - Manager of St. Jude Give thanks. Walk.

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We are thrilled to feature Marcie Maxwell, Manager of St. Jude Give thanks. Walk. in our P2P Spotlight series. The Run Walk Ride Fundraising Council recently sat down with Marcie to learn more about what inspires her.

Email Marketing Clinic: Subject Lines That Get Opened

Insider Insight Webinar, October 17 at 1:30 pm ET
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Email Marketing Clinic: Subject Lines That Get Opened

Date and Time: Thursday, October 17 at 1:30 pm ET

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Email Marketing Clinic: Subject Lines That Get Opened

Date and Time: Thursday, October 17 at 1:30 pm ET

Craig Comins - Director, Team Challenge at Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America

Congratulations to @ccteamchallenge's Craig Comins, featured this week in @RunWalkRide's P2P Spotlight! http://ow.ly/oSQ4r #runwalkride
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Craig Comins is our featured peer-to-peer fundraiser, part of our regular P2P Spotlight series. The Run Walk Ride Fundraising Council recently asked Craig a few questions about his career and current role as the Director, Team Challenge at Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America. 

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Truist Announces InstaGive Fundraising Platform

New Fundraising Product is the Industry's First Designed Specifically for the Needs of Smaller Organizations
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 3, 2013 /3BL Media /PRNewswire/ -- Truist, a leading provider of corporate philanthropy solutions, announced today the release of their InstaGive peer to peer fundraising platform, the only product in the industry designed specifically for the needs of small and medium sized organizations.

FREE Sponsored Webinar | Raising Big Dollars By Letting Supporters Do Their Own Thing

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Raising Big Dollars By Letting Supporters Do Their Own Thing

Date and Time: Tuesday, September 17 at 1:30 pm ET

Free thanks to sponsorship by Blackbaud

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Raising Big Dollars By Letting Supporters Do Their Own Thing

Date and Time: Tuesday, September 17 at 1:30 pm ET

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Kymberlee Setterberg - Senior Director, National Community Fundraising, Team ASPCA and ASPCA Ambassador Programs

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As part of our P2P Spotlight series, the Run Walk Ride Fundraising Council recently sat down with Kymberlee Setterberg, Senior Director, National Community Fundraising, Team ASPCA and ASPCA Ambassador Programs to learn more about her professional journey as a fundraiser.

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Are You Capitalizing on DIY Fundraising? [August 2013 Newsletter]

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Take Your Campaigns from What's Now to What's Next!

4 Tips for More Engaging Employee Giving Campaigns
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It’s the time of year where workplace giving campaigns kick off in earnest.  With employee engagement as one of (if not the main) goals of your program – and the potential business impact that result could bring - no one wants to stick with a “that’s the way we’ve always done it” approach to employee giving campaigns.  We hear from companies all the time that meeting the increasing and changing expectations of a wildly diverse workforce demographic, while trying to assist with enhancing overall levels of employee engagement, are changing the game.  We also hear that companies want more ideas about what and how to do things differently.

So here are some ideas to make your programs (even more) engaging come this Fall:

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It’s the time of year where workplace giving campaigns kick off in earnest.  With employee engagement as one of (if not the main) goals of your program – and the potential business impact that result could bring - no one wants to stick with a “that’s the way we’ve always done it” approach to employee giving campaigns.  We hear from companies all the time that meeting the increasing and changing expectations of a wildly diverse workforce demographic, while trying to assist with enhancing overall levels of employee engagement, are changing the game.  We also hear that companies want more ideas about what and how to do things differently.

So here are some ideas to make your programs (even more) engaging come this Fall:

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