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Eventbrite integrates with everydayhero

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Self–service ticketing and registration platform Eventbrite has announced its integration with everydayhero, to empower non-profit organisations with peer-to-peer fundraising opportunities.

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Eventbrite integrates with everydayhero to make fundraising easier

integratesThe everydayhero and Eventbrite collaboration will empower thousands of event organisers to seamlessly offer online peer-to-peer fundraising as part of their event for one or more non-profit beneficiaries. This will mean that event participants can create an everydayhero fundraising page as part of their event registration and immediately begin collecting donations from friends and family.

“As a key partner to some major Australian charities events, integrating event registration and fundraising makes perfect sense to us,” said John O’Donnell, managing director at everydayhero AU/NZ. “As a result, charities will benefit from more awareness around their events, and supporters acquisition, a key point for most non-profits, will be facilitated.”

Phil Silverstone, general manager Australia at Eventbrite, said events are a fantastic way to contribute good causes.

“Eventbrite is seeing continuous growth in the number of Aussies looking to support charitable events,” he said. “The integration with everydayhero will allow our customers to provide their attendees with a seamless way to donate to good causes and better support fundraising efforts of organisations driving positive social initiatives.”

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