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Empower Your Supporters to Host Their Own Events on EveryAction

The EveryAction Team

Many nonprofits and campaign organizations regularly encourage their supporters to throw their own house parties, host fundraisers, and organize community events. However, it's extremely important that valuable RSVP and attendee data from those distributed events is synced into the nonprofit's database for purposes of list-building, fundraising, and targeted follow-ups. 

Nonprofits can use EveryAction's hosted events feature to do just that in a few quick-and-easy steps. 

Using the "Event Host Form" option in Online Actions, follow the basic steps to create a form to allow your supporters to create their own events.

Below is an example of a simple event host form:

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The event host form asks your supporters to to provide basic details and a description of their potential event. Share this form far-and-wide to recruit multiple supporters to throw community events, house parties, and fundraisers for your organization. 

When potential event hosts fill out the form, they'll be redirected to a confirmation page & receive a thank you email. Then, your organization administrators are able to approve or deny the supporters' event on a new "Event Requests" page:

events ss 4Once approved, the supporter's unique event form will be published, and they'll receive an email with a link encouraging them to share the form and start signing up attendees.

events ss 3EveryAction administrators are able to edit supporters' live forms, as well as apply brand-compliant, standard or colorful form themes to each. 

events ss 2Want to see a more in-depth look at how your organization can use EveryAction's hosted events feature? Watch our feature workshop webinar here:



Click here to see more about how EveryAction can help organizations host and track successful events. 

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Topics: events, organizing