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MMRF’s Team for Cures P2P portfolio has a 20+ year history and has evolved over time to include a broad range of events appealing to different levels of commitment, training and fundraising minimums.

In the winter of 2023, Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center held its 3rd annual peer-to-peer event, IceCycle To End Cancer. Over time, event participation and online revenue grew organically.

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Fundraising & Activity Challenges 

Keeping P2P participants engaged after they’ve registered and motivating them to start fundraising early in a campaign can be challenging. That’s why we’ve created Fundraising & Activity Challenges – the ultimate tool for participant engagement.

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Walk to End Alzheimer’s

The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the world’s largest fundraiser for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Boasting over 600 Walk events and hundreds of thousands of participants, Walk to End Alzheimer’s is one of the top performing P2P fundraising programs in the United States.

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Unlock the Power of Mobile

Meeting your constituents where they are requires a mobile strategy. A winning P2P mobile strategy is at your fingertips, combining text messaging and mobile apps. You can learn more about how to unlock the power of mobile by increasing participant engagement and fundraising impact.

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Everyone Deserves an App​

At Nuclavis, we’ve reimagined the P2P mobile app experience. We’ve made it easier than ever to have a mobile app for your P2P events leading to increased participant engagement and stronger fundraising results.

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Next Generation P2P Mobile Strategy

Nonprofits have been leveraging mobile apps to support their P2P events since 2009. Through the early adopter stage, nonprofits were evaluating which P2P event program to invest in a mobile app.

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