Keep up to date with the world of cashless fundraising, including the latest in cashless technologies and how charities are using Give A Little to further their brilliant causes.

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Cancer Research UK Increases Face to Face Fundraising Revenues with Give A Little

Cancer Research UK’s Face to Face Fundraising Team is currently trialling Give A Little with CollecTin donation stations to collect one-off donations and initial results are very positive with both one-off and regular donation revenues increasing as a result!

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Five Ways to use Give A Little for Fundraising Campaigns, Events and Appeals

Whether you are doing in-person fundraising or encouraging your supporters to fundraise for you, Give A Little can help you maximise your donation revenues in the run up to and during events and campaigns such as Giving Tuesday or UK Charity Week.

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Give A Little launches Gift Aid update

The Give A Little platform is constantly evolving with new features and updates to improve the donor experience. Our latest update provides more choice for the donor around Gift Aid declarations.

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Community Amateur Sports Club Embraces Cashless Fundraising

We caught up with Gareth Wilkinson, Development Volunteer at Leamington Rugby Club, a Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC), to find out how the club is using Give A Little to collect cashless donations and why it is so important for the community to support the club’s fundraising campaigns.

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Oxfam face-to-face team collects average donation value of £11.54 through Give A Little

Whilst encouraging donors to sign up for regular giving is often the main focus for charities when engaging with people face-to-face, it is also very important for them to have an option for supporters to give one-off gifts.

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Why charities should use QR codes for fundraising

Welcome to the first installment of our digital fundraising tips series. Find out how easy it is to create a web campaign in just two minutes and share it via a QR code!

Michael, Treasurer at St Marys church in Redbourn is standing next to a donation station installed with Give A Little software
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“Give A Little makes my job easier as Treasurer!”

St Mary’s Church in Redbourn has a very engaged congregation with over 300 members and regularly runs a range of events to engage with the local community. Treasurer, Michael Wood, was keen to enable the church to collect cashless donations and sourced a donation kiosk installed with the Give A Little App and software in October 2019.

Romsey Cancer Support Centre, Jane Scarth House fundraisers
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Small Cancer Charity Innovates with DIY Approach to Cashless Giving

We love seeing charities create innovative donation points using Give A Little’s DIY approach and Romsey Cancer Support Centre at Jane Scarth House has really impressed us with their portable donation kit and donation pole.

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Give A Little reaches £10m donation milestone

Give A Little today celebrates reaching £10m in donation revenues. This is a significant milestone that reflects over 4,000 charities who have made the move to cashless fundraising with the platform, taking payment card donations via contactless, Chip+PIN and online donations.


Stripe Integration Launched at Church of England National Giving Conference

The Give A Little team was thrilled to contribute to this year’s Church of England National Giving Conference along with conference sponsor, Stripe.

Susan Jordan works at the Fountain Centre and is pictured with the Payaz donation station
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Cancer Charity goes cashless

The Fountain Centre, which is located within St Luke's Cancer Centre at the Royal Surrey Hospital, provides holistic and psychological support to cancer patients and their families.

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Cashless Donations are Flying for The Air Ambulance Service

The Air Ambulance Service has had a flying start with their first foray into cashless donations.

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Helping Small Charities Get Started with Cashless Giving

The Noël Coward Foundation is one of the many charities that is currently benefiting from using Give A Little’s free basic account.

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Rural Church Doubles Donations with Cashless Giving

St Peter’s Martindale is a rural church in Cumbria with a small congregation that is popular as a stop-off for walkers exploring nearby fells in the Lake District.

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Change Please Foundation Homes in on Cashless Donations

The pandemic has been a big catalyst for the Change Please Foundation to move to cashless, both for their cafes but also for donations.

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Cashless Donations a Roaring Success at London Zoo

Like many charities, ZSL was forced to launch an emergency appeal during the pandemic. The need to urgently raise funds provided the ideal opportunity to introduce a new way for visitors to make cashless donations when visiting.

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CRUK successfully trials cashless giving with corporate partner Bellway

CRUK (Cancer Research UK), is trialling cashless giving solutions to find new ways for supporters to donate.

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