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Peer-to-Peer Fundraising

Create friendly competition with free online fundraising leaderboards for teams and team members, which measure both number of donors and dollars raised.

Leaderboards are a key component in fostering friendly competition amongst team members, which is often one of the most important elements of successful fundraising campaigns.

How leaderboard standings are calculated

To help level the playing field, we factor in not only how many dollars members have raised, but the number of donors they've gotten as well (# donors * $ raised = leaderboard score). So someone who raises $1,000 from 2 donors would be ranked the same as someone who raises $200 from 10 donors.

If you'd like to change how leaderboard standings are calculated (i.e. sort by amount raised), please contact us.

Read more: Friendly Competition— Why it's important and how to incorporate it into your fundraising campaigns and events

See this feature in action by visiting our demo campaign.

We were using too many different platforms to sell and manage tickets for our events—and then even more systems to process and collect online donations. Plus we had no tool for crowdfunding. When we did go shopping for crowdfunding tools, we found solutions in the tens of thousands of dollars—way outside what we could justify. Then we discovered Givebutter and quickly realized we could centralize ticket and event management, crowdfunding, social engagement in fundraising campaigns, and centralize payment and donation processing for all occasions through the interface. Givebutter is going to be a critical part of how we reach our audiences for a long, long time.

Michael Fedor

Vice President for Advancement and Strategic Initiatives

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Create friendly competition with free online fundraising leaderboards for teams and team members, which measure both number of donors and dollars raised.

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