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Reston’s FrontStream Launched a Virtual Fitness Fundraising Tool for Nonprofits in Need

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Reston, Virginia-based  FrontStream, provider of a suite of products for nonprofits and corporations looking to raise funds securely, partnered with health activation and engagement company  MoveSpring  to launch a virtual fitness fundraising tool earlier this month.

According to a recent  survey  conducted by the  Nonprofit Finance Fund, 75% of nonprofits are experiencing a reduction in earned revenue thanks to  COVID-19. FrontStream launched the new product for those impacted organizations as they work to reach financial goals.

Organizations that had planned in-person fundraising events, such as walks and 5Ks, can use the new peer-to-peer platform to move them online and track activity. The solution, designed to drive engagement and donations through gamification, will be offered through FrontStream’s digital platform,  Panorama. Users can also create new virtual fundraising events through the platform.

“Prior to COVID-19, online fundraising and DIY events were quickly emerging as a leading technique for innovative nonprofits to engage with current donors as well as reach previously untapped groups of givers. Now, it is practically essential to their survival,” said FrontStream CTO  Terry LoPresti  in a statement. “It’s rewarding to be able to provide nonprofits a solution to help them navigate this challenging time and continue to further their mission.”

Chicago-based MoveSpring helped sync the tool with fitness trackers, including access through wearable devices and smartphones.

“Exercise plays a vital role in both physical and mental wellness, which is even more critical during stressful times,” said MoveSpring cofounder and COO  Anthony Knierim. “Partnering with FrontStream enables us to not only help nonprofits continue their fundraising efforts and drive donations, but to also promote health and community engagement while social distancing.”

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Reston’s FrontStream Launched a Virtual Fitness Fundraising Tool for Nonprofits in Need

Posted by FrontStream on May 12, 2020 8:52:00 PM
FrontStream

Source:   Technically    

Reston, Virginia-based  FrontStream, provider of a suite of products for nonprofits and corporations looking to raise funds securely, partnered with health activation and engagement company  MoveSpring  to launch a virtual fitness fundraising tool earlier this month.

According to a recent  survey  conducted by the  Nonprofit Finance Fund, 75% of nonprofits are experiencing a reduction in earned revenue thanks to  COVID-19. FrontStream launched the new product for those impacted organizations as they work to reach financial goals.

Organizations that had planned in-person fundraising events, such as walks and 5Ks, can use the new peer-to-peer platform to move them online and track activity. The solution, designed to drive engagement and donations through gamification, will be offered through FrontStream’s digital platform,  Panorama. Users can also create new virtual fundraising events through the platform.

“Prior to COVID-19, online fundraising and DIY events were quickly emerging as a leading technique for innovative nonprofits to engage with current donors as well as reach previously untapped groups of givers. Now, it is practically essential to their survival,” said FrontStream CTO  Terry LoPresti  in a statement. “It’s rewarding to be able to provide nonprofits a solution to help them navigate this challenging time and continue to further their mission.”

Chicago-based MoveSpring helped sync the tool with fitness trackers, including access through wearable devices and smartphones.

“Exercise plays a vital role in both physical and mental wellness, which is even more critical during stressful times,” said MoveSpring cofounder and COO  Anthony Knierim. “Partnering with FrontStream enables us to not only help nonprofits continue their fundraising efforts and drive donations, but to also promote health and community engagement while social distancing.”

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