How PCFA Found Fundraising Success with Blackbaud (New Interview)

January 19, 2020 Brian Isaac

Fundraising has evolved past supporters simply making donations.

Seeing as 30,000 charities around the world receive billions in donations every year through peer-to-peer fundraising, creating opportunities to empower, engage with, and reward fundraisers is more critical to our missions than ever before.

We met with David Armstrong from Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA) to learn about the organisation’s success in empowering their supporters, raising more money for the cause, and catering to the new generation of giving.

Watch to see how PCFA achieved fundraising success:

 

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