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.
War Child significantly increases donations with Give A Little at BRITs Week
War Child, which protects, educates and stands up for the rights of children caught up in conflict, saw a significant increase in donations at this year’s BRITs Week thanks to using Give A Little and CollecTin to collect contactless donations.
French church opts for Give A Little’s DIY approach to create hand crafted solid oak donation station
The Marian shrine in France known as ‘Notre-Dame du Roncier’ (Our Lady of the Brambles) is a 12th-century-originated listed-grade Roman Catholic basilica with 15th- and 16th-century stained glasses and a 17th-century baroque organ.
Jersey Poppy Appeal raises £4k through Give A Little web campaign and QR Codes
Royal British Legion, Jersey branch turned to Give A Little to help raise cashless donations for their 2022 Poppy Appeal. The branch raised £4,312 through online giving and used unique QR codes to identify how much was raised at 1,000 different locations and collection points on the island.
GoodBox and Give A Little - a comparison guide for charities
GoodBox has been a respected player in the contactless donations market since its launch in 2016, fulfilling a much-needed role for many charities. Now that they have sadly gone into administration, we understand that many charities may be worried about finding an alternative.
Milton Keynes Museum Installs Contactless Donation Points to Raise Funds for New Galleries
While many of us have visited the UK’s national museums, which are funded by the government, over half of our museums are independent and rely on other means of funding including donations from the public. Milton Keynes Museum is one of those and they have recently installed three contactless donation points to help raise funds for an exciting new expansion.
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!
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.
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.
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.
“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.
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.
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.