To address the issue of limited financial resources that many schools face, Quest of the Keys offers assistance in the way of fundraising support.
We partner with Classy.org to offer 2 types of personalized online fundraising campaigns: crowdfunding and peer-to-peer.
Not sure which one is right for you? Read on to learn more about each type and download our Crowdfunding vs. Peer-to-Peer: Which One is Right for You Worksheet to help you decide.
What is crowdfunding?
Crowdfunding is the collective effort of pooling money together to fund an initiative. When hosting a crowdfunding campaign with Quest of the Keys your school will have one main fundraising page.
Crowdfunding is a good option for your school if you already have a large network that you can appeal to and rally behind your campaign. If you have access to potential large donors, corporate sponsorships and matching donations, crowdfunding can be a great option for your fundraising campaign.
What is Peer-to-Peer Fundraising?
Peer-to-peer fundraising is a type of crowdfunding. In a peer-to-peer fundraising campaign individuals created personal fundraising pages and share it with their friends and family. Peer-to-peer relies on personal appeals from each fundraiser and pools donations received to achieve an overall campaign goal.
Peer-to-peer fundraising is a good option if you want to fundraise through teams and rely on students to solicit donations from their network of family, friends and community members.
Which option is right for your school?
Deciding which option is best for your fundraising campaign depends on your school and student body. Download our Crowdfunding vs. Peer to Peer: Which One is Right for You Worksheet to answer a few questions and decide which option is best for you.
You can read more about the difference between crowdfunding and peer-to-peer from Classy.org.