Charities link up with fundraising app

Posted on: December 17, 2020

A raft of charities have teamed up for a digital fundraising campaign urging the public to donate “digital pennies” when they spend online.

National Emergencies Trust, CLIC Sargent and Blue Cross are among charities to partner with the Roundups app, to launch the #RoundupsPennyAppeal campaign ahead of Christmas.

The app works by linking up to payment cards and rounding up payments to make donations to a chosen charity. This can be for as little as 10p and a weekly cap can be set. The app also allows donors the chance to track how their donations are being spent.

To promote the appeal representatives from more than 20 charities have taken part in a video to encourage people to use the app.

Read more about the app collaboration here.

Author: Steering Member
Categories: News

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