July 18th, 2007

Group fundraising primer

Too much going on at the moment to blog consistently, which is a pity given that I’ve lots of things to say, regarding Facebook et al.

Anyway, this SlideShare version of Peter Deitz’s powerpoint presentation from yesterday’s webinar, Group Fundraising 101: From Benchmarks to Success Stories does a pretty excellent job of reviewing the current (and rapidly evolving) “Group fundraising” landscape.


Peter defines Group Fundraising as:

The process of gathering money and other gifts in kind over the internet,

by empowering individuals to covey the value of a program or project to prospective donors of their own choosing

through the use of blogs, widgets, images, video and social networking websites.


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Technorati group fundraising, personal fundraising

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3 Responses to “Group fundraising primer”

  1. Il personal fundraising ha la sua prima categorizzazione « Fundraising Now! Says:

    [...] preferisco definirlo, di personal fundraising, si parla sempre di più in rete, soprattutto tra il Regno Unito e gli Stati [...]

  2. lindsey Says:

    Hey Steve – Have you checked out GoodTube yet as a tool for NFP’s to raise money. ??

    Here is what they say on their site.
    GoodTube(www.goodtube.org) is a video sharing site for non-profit organizations, volunteers and humanitarians alike. We are dedicated to giving a voice to charitable causes around the world.

  3. Web2.0 fundraising ideas « St Joseph’s Building Fund Says:

    [...] other post is a slightly older one, but has a good overview of ‘Group fundraising’, using online applications. Again, a new one to me is Chipin, which is maily US-focussed, but has a [...]