Live from the Run Walk Ride Fundraising Conference, we’re excited to share with you the results of the Run Walk Ride Thirty — the only report of its kind in the industry — that ranks the top fundraising events across the nation by revenue. We, at Event 360, are proud to be the Run Walk Ride Thirty research sponsor for 2011.

Congratulations to all of the organizations honored at this year’s Run Walk Ride Fundraising Conference. We enjoyed meeting all of you and look forward to great things to come in 2012!

Share this infographic on your webpage or tweet about it.

Run Walk Ride Thirty Infographic

 

 Want to display this infographic on your site? Simply copy and paste the code below into the html of your website to display the infographic presented above:

<a href=”https://event360.com//assets/Event360RWR30-JPEG-Poster.jpg”><img src=”https://event360.com//assets/Event360RWR30-JPEG-Poster.jpg?r=40326″ alt=”Run Walk Ride Thirty 2011″ title=”Run Walk Ride Thirty 2011″ width=”402″ height=”600″ border=”0″ /></a>

Tweets and Takeaways

11,616,417 people participated in athletic fundraising events in 2011. Click to tweet.

36,422 event fundraising programs were held in 2011. Click to tweet.

$1.6 Billion was raised in 2011 through charity events. Click to tweet.

American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life raised the most funds in 2011: $415M. Click to tweet.

Almost 8 million people walked for a charity in 2011. Click to tweet.

Pan Mass Challenge took the top spot in 2011 for earnings for a single event: $37.9M. Click to tweet.

The American Heart Association held the most events in 2011, more than 24,000. Click to tweet.

50% of the 2011 top 10 fundraising events exceeded money raised in 2010. Click to tweet.

Share Button