Category: FundEasy (Walks, 5Ks, Campaigns)

Volunteers are vital to the check-in process

On-Site Check-In Process for P2P Events

The countdown is over – the event is here! Since most peer-to-peer events have both online and offline fundraising, you can expect to be receiving a lot of cash and check donations at your event. Are you prepared to handle this influx of donations, and organize it in a way that it gets correctly recorded…

Turn cancellations into opportunities

How to Turn Cancellations into Opportunities

Your event nears and — as happens with every event since the beginning of events — you have some cancellations. It happens. For Event Planners, the information is no longer necessary. For Development Directors, these are opportunities!!! So, whatever you do, KEEP this information! Turn a cancellation into an opportunity The people who canceled showed interest in your…

Facebook Donate Button - a Disadvantage for Nonprofits

The Facebook DIS-advantage: Donate Button

AttendEasy and FundEasy both allow for sharing on various social media platforms with just the click of a button—a pretty handy tool to connect with people through peer-to-peer networking. The problem? Well… it’s that darn Facebook Donate Button. In their desire to be a one-stop-shop for everything online, Facebook moved into the crowd-funding game last…

collect donations for 30 days after your event occurs

Collect Donations Up to 30 Days Post-Event

FundEasy works for all your peer-to-peer event needs. Out of the box, it allows you to start collecting donations months before your event date and even up to 30 days after the event closes. The advantage for this is to reach those who may have missed the event and/or perhaps forgot to donate to their beloved…

And the winner is

Winner of Free Lunch

Last week, we had the pleasure of spending time with 1,000+ World Changers at the Heartbeat International Conference. We had some amazing conversations with many and truly felt the passion of the pro-life movement within those halls. Many stopped by our exhibit space to talk about AttendEasy and FundEasy and how it could work best…

Market your event from your webpage.

Promoting Your Event Online

Once your event web page is set up, it is time to promote your event! On your Website Most importantly, add a link to your organization’s website that directs to your Event Web Page—preferably on your homepage so you can guide supporters to register online easily. This easy promotion can be done through graphics or…

Event Marketing Samples

Promote Your Event from Your Homepage (samples)

Promoting your event takes effort. Knowing the proper places to promote is essential and you must be careful to not miss key opportunities on places such as your organization’s website. But, where should you promote your event on your website? Here, we have compiled some good examples of organization sites that link to their event web page….

Give $100, Get $100

Refer a Friend, Get $100

Help a friend simplify their event management and you’ll both earn $100! Invite your friends to use Ministry Sync for their fundraising event, and earn $100 off your next event if they sign up by April 6. This is double the standard referral credit! If two people sign up, you earn $200; six friends sign…

Coffee with friends after fundraising event

Fund-raising, Friend-raising, or both?

With every event you host—dinner, walk, tour—I encourage you to provide opportunities for people to engage with your organization beyond that day. People have different gifts and want to share them in different ways. Some are called to volunteer. Some are called to be activists. Some are called to be prayer warriors. Some are called to…

Saving money through a discount plan

What’s in the Discount Plan?

When your organization makes the smart decision to use Ministry Sync’s products for your event management needs, you have the opportunity to sign up for a Discount Plan at no additional cost to you. The discount plan provides you with a reduced rate with a three-year commitment and events are invoiced after the event occurs. Some…