The Green Apple Pay nonprofit fundraising platform is launching in early November and will be available Canada wide. This platform acts as the keystone in fundraising efforts for organizations and their stakeholders.
By providing digital tools and functionality, Green Apple Pay makes it easy to generate automated and recurring revenues from micro-donations and affinity commissions. Stakeholders only need to sign up once and never have to do anything after that to keep supporting the organizations they care about. It’s as easy as Set-it and Forget-it!
Coupled with the launch, Green Apple Pay has released a white paper titled “Bridging Nonprofits and Technology” for nonprofit executives. This white paper looks at historical data to determine what nonprofits and charities can learn from the Great Depression and 911.
Additionally, it considers the role technology can play in helping nonprofits survive the second wave of Covid-19 infections and beyond Covid-19. It is an invaluable resource for nonprofits to understand what constitutes a digital strategy and how they can build one to support their mission and brand.
Covid-19 has accelerated the pace that nonprofits must adopt innovative ideas and technology. Social distancing and lockdown has made traditional fundraising nearly impossible.
“After years of participating in events for my son’s school and on teams with various old-fashioned fundraisers and watching my wife run events for Sick Kid’s hospital, I knew there had to be a better way to fundraise,” said Christopher Tufford, CEO and founder of Green Apple Pay.
The app will allow donors to donate to their charity of choice in three different ways: transactional rounding, affinity commissions and direct donations. This tool requires no annual or monthly signup, or cancellation fee for nonprofits.
“Nonprofits need to be bold, innovative and equipped to deal with the new challenges a socially distanced society throws in their way. Green Apple Pay allows low-tech nonprofits to leverage all the benefits of high tech in a simple-to-use platform,” added Mr. Tufford.
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